Janko Rasic, AIA
Janko Rasic, AIA

Founding Partner

Mr. Rasic founded Janko Rasic Architects in 1968.  Since then Janko Rasic Architects, PLLC -the New York City based architecture and interior design firm- has completed projects for clients in eight states and from 20 foreign countries.  Mr. Rasic also acted as consulting architect to the United Nations and UNICEF for offices in the United States, Asia, Africa, and Europe from 1995-2002.  He served as Chief Architect for the New York University Excavations at Aphrodisias, Turkey before founding the firm.


EDUCATION

MFA in Architecture, Princeton University, 1961

AB Degree, Princeton University, 1959

The Hackley School


LANGUAGES

Mr. Rasic is proficient in 5 languages.


HONORS/AWARDS & PUBLICATIONS

Guggenheim Fellowship in Architecture for design of Greco-Roman Sculpture Museum, Aphrodisias, Turkey, 1964

(See Awards and Publications Section for additional information.)


PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American Institute of Architects

American Institute of Architects/ NY Chapter
Former Chair, AIA Educational Facilities Committee

National Council of Architectural Registration Board

New York City Mayor’s Panel of Architects (Past)

New York City Parks Association Design Committee (Past)

Architects Renewal Committee for Harlem (Past)


COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS & BOARDS

Westside Montessori School
Former Board Member

Quogue Association (Village of Quogue, Long Island, NY)
Former President

Senator Robert F. Kennedy’s Committee on Regeneration of Inner Cities
Chair (1967-1968)



ENVIRONMENTAL PRESERVATION

Group for the South Fork (Bridgehampton, Long Island, NY)
Former Vice Chair

New York City Water Board
Former Member

Mr. Rasic lives on the Upper West Side in Manhattan and has two grown children.

Email:
jrasic@jankorasic.com