People

Partners + Associates

Founding Partner

Janko Rasic founded Janko Rasic Architects in 1968. The full service architectural,  interior design, and project management 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

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

(See Firm Awards and Publications for addition 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 (Previous)

New York City Parks Association Design Committee (Previous)

Architects Renewal Committee for Harlem (Previous)

 

Community Associations & Boards

Westside Montessori School, Former Board Member

Quogue Association, Former President

Senator Robert Kennedy’s Committee on Regeneration of Inner Cities, Chair (‘67-‘68)

Environmental Preservation

Group for the South Fork, Former Board Member, Vice Chair Person

New York City Water Board, Former Member

 

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

Partner

Timothy Rasic is a partner at Janko Rasic Architects, PLLC, a full service architectural, interior design and project management firm located in New York City. He joined the firm in 1994, building upon his previous experience working in the fields of commercial real estate and construction. In 1996, he left the firm to pursue an advanced degree in architecture. While studying, Mr. Rasic continued to consult with the firm and worked in the offices of Fox & Fowle and Butler Rogers Baskett. After earning his Masters in Architecture, he rejoined the firm in 1999. He is a licensed architect in the State of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Florida and has extensive experience in the design, project management, and execution of diverse architectural projects. He is also a Certified Passive House Consultant and a Fitwel Ambassador. Mr. Rasic’s commercial, institutional, and residential clients include foreign governments, developers and building owners, not-for-profits, and financial institutions.

Education

Master of Architecture, Parsons School of Design, 1999

Bachelor of Arts, Hamilton College, 1994

The Taft School, 1990 (Currently serves as a class agent for Taft School Annual Fund.)

The Collegiate School for Boys

Honors/Awards & Publications

1999 American Institute of Architects Certificate of Merit

1998 American Institute of Architects/American Architectural Foundation Scholastic Award

(See Firm Awards and Publications for addition information)

Professional Affiliations

American Institute of Architects

American Institute of Architects/ NY Chapter, Member of Historic Buildings Committee

Fitwel

National Council of Architectural Registration Board

Passive House Alliance US, PHAUS

Passive House Alliance Hudson Valley Chapter, PHA-Hudson Valley

Real Estate Board on New York, Member of Landmarks and Sales Broker Committee

Boards

Desmond-Fish Library, Garrison, NY – Trustee, Co-Chair of the Sustainability and Building & Grounds Committees.

Quogue Beach Club, Quogue, NY – Trustee

Mr. Rasic lives in Garrison, NY with his wife and two children.

Principal

Hector Guillen is a principal and senior architect at Janko Rasic Architects, PLLC, a full service architectural, interior design, and project management firm located in New York City. He joined the firm in 1995. He is currently responsible for project management and team coordination from planning through construction administration for complex projects including trading facilities, data centers, audio-visual rooms, HVAC/Electrical infrastructure, restoration, restacking and department reconfigurations. Before joining Janko Rasic Architects, Mr. Guillen worked for a number of firms including SOM in Chicago and the Atelier A9 in Paris France. He received a design award for Janko Rasic Architects from the Murray Hill Association for the exterior restoration of the Amateur Comedy Club Theater at the landmarked Sniffen Court in New York City. Mr. Guillen is a Registered Architect in New York and Connecticut.

Education

Master of Architecture, Illinois Institute of Technology

Bachelor of Arts and Master in Business Administration, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Chaminade College Preparatory School, Saint Louis Missouri

Languages

English, Spanish and French

Professional Affiliations

American Institute of Architects

American Institute of Architects/ NY Chapter,

Former Chair of the Historic Buildings Committee and Former Co-Chair Banking and Finance Committee

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards

Boards

Milford Preservation Trust, Milford, CT – Advisory Board Member

Suzuki Music School of Westport Inc, Westport, CT – Board Member

Mr. Guillen lives with his wife and two children in Southport Connecticut.