Snežana Zlatković is an architect, Teaching Assistant and a PhD student at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Architecture. Different parts of her PhD process have been presented in various international and national architectural competitions, conferences and exhibitions. Her research has been selected for Drawing Futures Book 2016 (The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London). The interpretation of the concept of Habitation for the Drawing of the Year 2016 (The Aarhus School of Architecture)“Habitation - Cityscape - Transformation” was awarded with Special Mention, as well as “Micro Macro Atmospheres” (in collaboration with Anđela Karabašević) with Recognition in category New Media (The Forth International Scientific Conference and Exhibition On Architecture: Scale of Design - from Micro to Macro, Sustainable Urban Society Association). Drawings “Millions of City Plans Transformation - Micro Macro Atmospheres Mapping (Experiment No. 34a,b,c, No. 35a,b,c, No. 36a,b,c)” had been awarded with Commendation - Six of the best in the RIBA Journal's Eye Line 2017 Drawing Competition and shortlisted for Royal Arts Prize 2018 in London. “Fluid Air Drawing: City-Escapes-Yugoslav General Staff Building” was awarded with Mention in category Innovation in Architecture, Science & Technology in Digital Era (The Sixth International Exhibition On Architecture: New Materials and Design in Architecture and Art, Sustainable Urban Society Association).