Professor at the Department of Architecture at the University of Bologna and member of the Phd College of Architecture, Elena Mucelli is a teacher and researcher for the Architectural Composition field. She has been part of research projects and agreements, she has organized exhibitions and participated at several national and international architecture competitions. The core of her research concerns the topic of residence and places for leisure time in the coastal city, with particular reference to the transformation and requalification projects able to identify new models of intervention on landscapes. Research focus on the different modulations of the living space, within the public and the private, and on its potentiality of expression. She has published several papers inside different series like “La Verde Costa Adriatica” (2004), “Colonie di vacanza italiane degli anni ‘30”. “Architetture per l’educazione del corpo e dello spirito (2009), “Architettura 43”. “Abitare” (2011), Edoardo Gellner. “Similitudine, distinzione, identità” (2011), A proposito di Villa Colli. “Pagano, Levi Montalcini e l’abitazione razionale” (2012).