Cini Boeri graduated from Milan Polytechnic in 1951 and, after a longstanding collaboration with Marco Zanuso, began her own professional career in 1963, working in the fields of civil architecture and industrial design.
She has designed single family homes, apartments, exhibition displays, offices, shops both in Italy and abroad, paying particular attention to the functional aspects of the spaces and the psychological relationship between man and his environment. With regard to industrial design she has been particularly involved in design furnishing elements and construction components. A number of products designed by her are featured in museums and international exhibition spaces.
She has held conferences and lessons in various Universities and institutions both in Italy and abroad, at Berkeley, Barcelona, at the Nucleo del Deseno Industrial of São Paolo, at the Architectural College of Rio de Janeiro, at the Cranbrook School in Detroit, at the Southern California Institute of Architecture in Vico Marcote (CH), at the UCLA Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles.
During the years ’81-’83 she held courses in “architectural design” and “industrial and interior design” within the Architectural Department of Milan Polytechnic.