Nacho Martí held a teaching position for 8 years at his alma mater, the Elisava School of Design in Barcelona, from which he graduated with a degree in interior design. He also obtained a Master's in Science in Emergent Technologies and Design from the Architectural Association in London.

In 2004, after working for various prestigious architectural practices, he founded his own studio. Furthermore, Martí collaborated with "190 gr" design magazine writing articles and he edited the book “Colour and Layout” for Harper Collins, about the use of colours in graphic design. From 2005 to 2009, he directed the Mamori Art Lab design workshops in the Brazilian Amazon region. He also lectured at IED Sao Paolo, Westminster University School of Architecture and The Bartlett School of Architecture.

His projects have been exhibited and published in England, Spain, Holland, France, Armenia, Denmark, South Korea and Australia. In 2007, he was nominated for the Index Design Award in Copenhagen for his Stenop spectacles and also, he was awarded the FAD prize and the IPlus award for the Roca temporary showroom project. He was short-listed in the Wood Award and the TTJ Innovation Award and also was Highly Commended in the TTJ Achievement in Engineered Timber Award.

He is currently working from his London-based design studio while teaching at the Architectural Association School of Architecture.