The New York headquarters of Banca Nazionale del Lavoro (BNL) designed by Janko Rasic Architects, PLLC featured in "Frezza's Projects in the World 2005"


For images of the New York BNL project on Frezza's website click on the link below

http://www.frezzainc.com/index.php?l=2&m=5&lay=93&id=5

"Monsanto "DOC" awards presented in New York."

"Monsanto "DOC" awards presented in New York."
Published in Buildings February 1, 1994

Excerpt:

"Four design firms and two manufacturers were recognized by the manufacturer of Ultron VIP nylon fiber at a luncheon in the Rainbow Room at Rockefeller Center. The winners were the design firms AREA for the law offices of Murphy, Weir and Butler in Los Angeles, Interior Space International for the Los Angeles Amtrak offices, and Keating Mann Jernigan Rottet for the law offices of McCutchen, Doyle, Brown, and Emerson. Janko Rasic Architects of New York City also won a "DOC" for the New York offices of Credit Suisse, pictured.Special …"

"Creditanstalt: Janko Rasic Associates Architects design the Austrian bank's New York spaces."

"Creditanstalt: Janko Rasic Associates Architects design the Austrian bank's New York spaces."
By Monica Geran

Published in INTERIOR DESIGN May 1, 1990

Excerpt:

"Janko Rasic Associates Architects design the Austrian bank's New York spaces.With the honed perception of hindsight, one could say there was little to distinguish the premises of Creditanstalt, Austria's largest bank, from competitive counterparts when the institution opened its New York branch in 1983. But today, says Janko Rasic, designer of the successor installation, Creditanstalt unmistakably reflects its Viennese heritage. In fact, his having been awarded the commission, he opines, most likely was due to his proposal that the design approach be tied directly to …"

"220 Fifth: Janko Rasic Associates' renovation of the lobby in a 1920s Manhattan office building. (Design in New York)"

"220 Fifth: Janko Rasic Associates' renovation of the lobby in a 1920s Manhattan office building. (Design in New York)"
By Monica Geran

Published in INTERIOR DESIGN September 1, 1988


Excerpt:

"Janko Rasic Associates' renovation of the lobby in a 1920s Manhattan office buildingEngaged by First Winthrop (a Boston developer who had taken over Manhattan's 220 Fifth Avenue office building, erected in the 1920s, from the MacArthur Foundation) Janko Rasic found the 700-sq.ft. lobby in a typical l950s "modernization" mess: The double-height entry had been compressed to a single floor via suspended plastic laminate celling; the fake overhead hid the decoratively detailed vaulting above; and exterior tracery had been covered with slabs of granite. Combining the …"

"Maxim's New York. (restaurant designed by Janko Rasic)"

"Maxim's New York. (restaurant designed by Janko Rasic)"
By Monica Geran

Published in INTERIOR DESIGN January 1, 1987


Excerpt:

"Maxim's, New York

The real challenge, designer Janko Rasic relates, lay in recreating turn-of-century craftwork by machine rather than hand. And doing so at a time when labor and materials costs had, since the pertinent period, skyrocketed. This in re Maxim's, on Manhattan's upper east side, a simulation/adaptation of the namesake restaurant in Paris. Both are owned by Pierre Cardin.While the detail work here may be indistinguishable from its French prototype, some of the structural givens are different. At 22,000 sq. ft. overall, the New York facility is …"

"Banco de Chile. (New York branch quarters)"

"Banco de Chile. (New York branch quarters)"
ByEdie Lee Cohen

Published in INTERIOR DESIGN September 1, 1985

Excerpt:

"As do most foreign banks when first establishing a presence in the United States, the Banco de Chile opened a small office in the heart of New York's financial district. When the bank later reached the expansion stage, management decided not only to enlarge the physical size, but also to establish an image for the New York branch quarters. As the first step, they leased a turn-of-the-century townhouse--four floors plus penthouse comprising about 10,000 sq. ft.--on East 55th St. As the second step, they commissioned Janko Rasic Associates, based on the design firm's experience and …"
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