Snežana Zlatković is an architect, Teaching Assistant 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. She has worked as a designer in various architectural offices (since 2012). Her PhD research is focused on drawing as a methodological tool for reading the urban landscape. She founded the studio sz.dar (Drawing Architecture Research, 2017) with the aim to explore drawing through theoretical and artistic work. Her drawing research were selected and published in Drawing Futures Book (The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, 2016) as well as awarded at Drawing of the Year (Aarhus School of Architecture, 2016), RIBA Eye Line Drawing Competition (2017), STRAND (2016, 2018, 2020), INDEF (2020), Salon of Architecture (2020, 2021), My Cityscape Competition (2021), Collector's Vision International Art Award (2021), Meta-City (2022), Call for Drawings (2023), etc. Finalist of Royal Art Prize (2018) and Ken Roberts Memorial Delineation Competition (2019). Representing Serbia at the Venice Architecture Biennale (2021), as a team member of eight architects (MuBGD). They were awarded the "Ranko Radović" (2020, 2021), STRAND (2021) awards.