Mr. Rasic is a partner at Janko Rasic Architects, PLLC, a full service architectural and interior design 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 Master in Architecture, he rejoined the firm in 1999. He is a licensed architect in the State of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut and has extensive experience in the design, project management, and execution of diverse architectural projects. Mr. Rasic’s institutional, residential, and commercial clients include foreign governments, developers and building owners, religious organizations, and financial institutions.
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
2009 Bolan, Kimberly. Teen Spaces The Step-by Step Library Makeover, Second Edition,American Library Association, Chicago, 2009.
Burr, Chandler. The Perfect Scent: A Year Inside the Perfume Industry in Paris and New York. New York: Picador, 2009. [p.31]
(Drom’s Tribeca Fine Fragrance Showroom designed by Timothy Rasic described.)
Feingold, Jean. "Saving History: The benefits of restoring commercial structures." View ASID New York Metro. Spring 2009: 18-20.
McGrath, Norman. Architectural Photography: Professional Techniques For Shooting Interior and Exterior Spaces. New York: Amphoto Books, 2009. [p73, 95, 98]
2006 Drom Fragrances International published In Interior Design & Beauty Fashion.
Marx, Rebecca Flint. "heaven scent." Interior Design. September 2006: 92-96.
"drom fine fragrance studio: Created in Zipcode 10013. drom's Trendy New Studio Allows Clients To
Participate In Creation 'From Top To Bottom'." Beauty Fashion. February 2006:35-37.
2005 BOMA/NY Pinnacle Award 2004-2005, Operating Office Buildings (100,000-499,999 Sq. Ft.) Interior Architect
2003 The Society of American Registered Architects/ New York Council Award of Excellence for the restoration of the lobby of 175 Main Street, the North Court Building, White Plains, NY
1999 American Institute of Architects Certificate of Merit
1998 American Institute of Architects/American Architectural Foundation Scholastic Award
American Institute of Architects/ NY Chapter,
Member of Historic Buildings Committee
National Council of Architectural Registration Board
Real Estate Board on New York,
Member of Landmarks Committee
United States Green Building Council