Arch. Rossitsa Bratkova graduated in 2002 at the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy in Sofia and in 2016 she received a Master degree in Architecture Theory and Criticism.
In 2004 together with arch. Plamen Bratkov they founded Aedes Studio, which has designed some of the most emblematic buildings in Sofia. The projects of the studio have numerous publications, among them are 20 European Architecture, by A10; Brick, by Phaidon; Apartment Buildings Today, by LINKS; Atlas of European Architecture, by BRAUN. Aedes studio was part of the only Bulgarian pavilion at the Venice Biennale of Architecture in 2008 and has several times participated in Sofia Architecture Week and One Architecture Week. Jaclyn Residential Building is the only Bulgarian project that became a part of the Mies van der Rohe selection in 2009. In 2013 the Red Apple Apartment Building received a second place at the Architext Festival in Bucharest.
April 2016 Rossitsa Bratkova held a lecture at the ENSAS University in Strasbourg.