Timeline

1898
1898

Born in Trieste (Italy), in Serbian naval family from Boka Kotorska (Montenegro)

1913
1913

On the Martha Washington steamboat, commanded by a colleague and friend of Zlokovic's father, Djura, he travels from Trieste across the Azores to New York (USA)

1914
1914

He attended the final grade of the German secondary school in Trieste (K. K. Deutsche Staats-Realschule, Triest), where he graduated in June 1915.

1915
1915

He begins engineering studies at the Technical University of Graz, Austria (Technische Hochschule Graz)

1916-1918
1916-1918

He was mobilized into the Austro-Hungarian army and went to the front. He resides in Bosnia and on the Eastern Front in Lithuania.

1919
1919

After being demobilized, since refusing to accept Italian citizenship, he moved to Belgrade, where he continued his studies in Belgrade.

1921
1921

He graduated from the Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, University of Belgrade (master's thesis - Concert building)

1922/1923
1922/1923

He resides in Paris as a holder of a scholarship from the French government and later as a scholar of the Ministry of Education of Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, where he studied at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts and attended drawing courses at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière

1923
1923

He returned to Belgrade and obtained an Assistant Professor position in the Department of Architecture at the Faculty of Engineering (later Faculty of Architecture)

1925
1925

In Starinar No. III he publishes an article "Old churches in the Prespa and Ohrid areas", which he recorded while traveling through the Ohrid and Prespa areas

1928
1928

Together with architects Branislav Kojic, Dušan Babić and Jan Dubovi, he founded the Group of Architects of Modern Direction in Belgrade, of which he is the first president and treasurer, as well as the author of group Rules

1931-1933
1931-1933

As a member of the Belgrade Editorial Board of the Ljubljana magazine “Architecture”, he publishes two articles

1931
1931

At the First Exhibition of Contemporary Yugoslav Architecture, Zlokovic presents conceptual design from the international competition for the Sanctuary Tower in San Domingo (Columbus Tower) and a sketch for a hotel in Mataruška Banja

1950
1950

Učestvuje na I Savetovanju arhitekata i urbanista Jugoslavije, od 23. do 25. XI, gde izlaže referat „Kritički osvrt na značaj proporcijskih dijagrama i modularnih mreža u projektovanju“

1952-1954
1952-1954

Dekan Arhitektonskog fakulteta Univerziteta u Beogradu

1954-1956
1954-1956

Urednik časopisa Društva arhitekata Srbije – „Pregled arhitekture“

1957-1964
1957-1964

Objavljuje crteže i akvarele u časopisu „Crteži“, likovnom glasilu Arhitektonskog fakulteta, kao član Crtačkog kluba, osnovanog u kabinetu prof. Aleksandra Deroka

1963
1963

Dobija Sedmojulsku nagradu Republike Srbije za životno delo

1963
1963

U italijanskom zborniku „In industrializzazione dell'edilizia“ (Dedalo, Bari) objavljen je Zlokovićev naučno-istraživački rad „La coordinazione modulare“

1965
1965

Preminuo u Beogradu