Jovana Tošić was born in Belgrade where she acquired her Master’s degree in architecture at the University of Belgrade’s Faculty of Architecture. She currently attends Ph.D. studies at the same faculty.
She participated in the realization of several projects involving interior and exterior design, reconstruction and revitalization in Belgrade and Smederevo as an architectural designer – associate. She also worked as a teaching associate in elective courses from the field of history and theory of architecture at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade.
She presented her works at exhibitions and international competitions in the field of architecture and urbanism and was a runner-up at an international competition for interior design. She displayed her works at the international scientific conference IAA Conference 2015 – Belgrade: Revisions of Modern Aesthetics. Her solution for the project of conversion of the art foundry Skulptura was published in the scientific journal Nasleđe, Issue XIII, and her translation of an English text was published in the collection of essays Tehnika i tehnologija u arhitekturi (Technique and Technology in Architecture). She is a member of DOCOMOMO.