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Janko Rasic, Croatian architect. Registered architect, New York, New Jersey. Recipient design award Hackley School, Builders Association Westchester, 1970, National Design award Monsanto Corporation, 1993; Guggenheim fellow, 1964-1965.


Rasic, Janko was born on November 2, 1938 in Zagreb, Croatia. Came to the United States, 1951.


Bachelor, Princeton University, 1959. Master of Fine Arts in Architect, Princeton University, 1961.


Architect archeological excavations New York University, 1961-1964. Architectural designer Harrison & Abramovitz, New York City, 1964-1967. Principal architect Janko Rasic Associates, since 1969.

Consultant Metropolitan Council Housing, New York City, 1968-1975, United Nations Organization for Overseas Office Facilities, since 2000.


  • Registered architect, New York, New Jersey.


  • Other Work

    • Principal works include renovation of Henri Bendel building, New York City, Coca-Cola building, Maxim's Restaurant, Pierre Cardin Gallery and the design of numerous facilities for over forty international and domestic banking institutions.


Member mayor's panel architects, New York City, 1968-1972. Associate Real Estate Board New York, since 1978. Member New York City Committee on Water Conservation, since 1989.

Member American Institute of Architects (chairman educational facilities committee, 1973-1974), Administrative Management Society (board directors 1982-1983), Park Association New York (design committee 1970), Quogue Association (board directors 1984-1986, president), Group for South Fork (Long Island, New York) (board directors since 1986).


Married Carol Van Brunt, May 30, 1968. Children: Timothy, Carolyn.

Carol Van Brunt

Timothy Rasic

Carolyn Rasic