Cini Boeri (1924-2020) was one of the most prominent female figures in the history of Italian design. A curious and determined woman, thanks to her talent she managed to make her way in a traditionally male-dominated environment such as that of architecture. In the products she conceived and in her interior design projects, the human being always comes first: she was always looking for comfortable solutions for human needs, advocating a more informal lifestyle that favoured comfort and functionality. Her collaboration with Arflex was particularly fruitful and lasting, which also led her to victory in the Compasso d'Oro in 1979, but she had the opportunity to work with many of the most important Italian brands of her time: Fiam, Knoll, Poltrona Frau, Artemide, Fusital, Venini, Rosenthal and many others. He had three children, all destined for great success: Stefano, a famous architect author of projects such as Bosco Verticale in Milan, Tito, an important economist, who reached the top of institutions such as INPS, and Sandro, an appreciated journalist in the field of scientific divulgation.