The office of Bruce D. Nagel, Architect was opened December 1984 in East Hampton, New York and relocated to Southampton, New York in 2004. The office remained there until 2011. In 2011 Mr. Nagel relocated his office to East Quogue, New York.
In 2016 Mr. Nagel opened the Architect’s Gallery in Westhampton Beach for conferences, meetings, and to display years of architectural work and personal photography.
In 2018, after 34 years of a very successful history the office of Bruce D. Nagel Architect has now become a partnership under the name Bruce Nagel & Partners Architects.
Now with offices in the Hamptons, New York City, Chicago, Dallas, and Rome, we have the ability to design and produce projects of all sizes throughout the world. The firm is led by Bruce Nagel and his three partners – Judith DiMaio, David Walker, and Chris Scorgie.
Judith DiMaio is the past Dean of the School of Architecture and Design at New York Institute of Technology and offers a strong focus on specialized building types including institutional projects. Ms. DiMaio is the partner in charge of the New York City and Rome offices.
David Walker was Bruce’s trusted associate for 12 years before relocating to Chicago. Besides having a strong background in high end residential, he now also has a history with high end retail and display design. Mr. Walker is the partner in charge of the Chicago office.
Chris Scorgie has been with Bruce since 2011 and has developed a strong command of high end residential along with his history of hotels, restaurants, schools, and churches. Mr. Scorgie is the partner in charge of the Dallas office.
For over four decades, Bruce Nagel and his partners have been selected to create important works in both the public and private spectrums. The office aspires to thoughtful, elegant contemporary architecture that responds to our clients’ expectations for beauty and form, and fulfills complex programmatic and operational needs.
With the formation of the partnership, our practice now has extensive experience across a broad range of building types and sizes:
• Cultural Facilities
• Educational Buildings
• Private Residences