Martin Eiserman studied interior architecture and furniture design at Konstfack University of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm 1963-1967. After graduation Eiserman started the interior architecture studio Programgruppen (eng. The Program Group) together with a group of fellow students from Konstfack. Programgruppen worked mainly with interior architecture for public environments as well as corporate and private clients.
In 1985 Programgruppen and other studios merged to form Svenska Rum (eng. Swedish Rooms) in order to strengthen interior architects’ position on the market. In 1993 Svenska Rum was acquired by the FFNS Group which later became Sweco.
As furniture designer Eiserman is best known for being a part of DUX4yra, founded 1966 by the four Konstfack students Janne Ahlin, Jan Dranger, Martin Eiserman and Johan Huldt. The four design students were invited to the furniture manufacturer Dux–Bra Bohag in Trelleborg. The headmaster of Konstfack had arranged an internship, where the students would learn more about materials and manufacturing techniques in the furniture industry.
The event was very generous and gave the four students free hands to test their creative ideas in full scale. One of the results was "Well", a series of simple cardboard furniture- light, cheap and surprisingly stabile. An armchair cost sek 50, a one-year lifespan was guaranteed.
Eiserman is also a writer and has published three books on the topic interior architecture. Framtidens kontor- kontorets framtid (eng. The office of the future - the future of the office) with Carl Christiansson (1998), Projektering av inredning (eng. Interior project planning) with Jaan Zimmerman (2003) and Redovisning av inredning (eng. Interior architecture accounting) with Jaan Zimmerman 2012.
In 2021, Eiserman and DUX4yra were a part of the 1970s exhibition at the Museum of Furniture Studies.