Ana Dobrаšinović is an architect from Podgorica with an MA in architectural design. She started her career as a part of the multidisciplinary team at the Ministry of Culture and later joined the Department for Development of Projects in Urbanism and Architecture at the Ministry of Sustainable Development. She was a part of the team that organized the Montenegrin Pavilion at the XV International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia (Project Solana, 2016), and a member of the organizing team of the VII Kotor APSS (2017).
Dobrašinović was also a teaching assistant at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Montenegro. She has exhibited at numerous events, including Montenegrin, Belgrade and Novi Sad Salons of Architecture, as well as the International Salon of Urbanism in Serbia, where she won the second award twice.
In 2017, she co-founded andri.and.ana architecture, where she is engaged in the design and theoretical research. By active participation in urban-architectural competitions, she won several awards and recognition, most notably for the Redevelopment of Ribnica river basin in downtown Podgorica, Đalovića gorge in northern Montenegro and for the new building of the Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts. She has published several articles, with a special focus on the modernist heritage of Montenegrin architecture including World War II memorial heritage.