At Bromley Caldari, we create humanistic, modern architecture - crisp, sharp spaces defined by a palette of warm, natural materials.

Equally adept at designing houses at the beach, apartments in town, renovating industrial buildings in Brooklyn and Queens or preserving historic structures, Bromley Caldari Architects is a creative, problem-solving NYC Architecture and Design firm founded in 1991 by R. Scott Bromley and Jerry Caldari.

The two principals are known for their easy-going natures, enthusiasm for their work, and commitment to personal service - as well as for resolving challenges and creating excitement in every project.

As a team, we bring to each of our assignments that we undertake the ability to work with our clients to identify, assess and achieve the goals of that particular project.

Our work has been featured in numerous architecture and design books & magazines around the globe, and TV shows and movies. Our team includes architects, designers and technical people who possess a high level of expertise and intuition as well as common sense. The firm has successfully built millions of dollars of construction in New York, across the United States and internationally.

Through LPC
projects we
contribute to
the preservation
of New York


R. Scott Bromley has been designing buildings and interiors in New York City for 52 years - first as the principal designer in Philip Johnson's office then as head of design at Emery Roth & Sons and finally in his own practice. Scott gained extensive fame as the Architect of Studio 54.


Jerry Caldari has been working on residential, commercial and industrial buildings including landmarks and historic preservation projects in New York City for 40 years.


Studio 54 opened its doors on April 26th, 1977, like it was yesterday. The club sparked immediate buzz. Cher made an appearance in suspenders and a straw hat, photographed for the cover of the New York Post, and eventually there were fables, like the one about Bianca Jagger riding in on a horse (fact check: she simply mounted it.)

When Scott went to see the former theater, Schrager and Rubell weren't there, but he immediately had a vision that would capture the pulse of the time. "Everyone wants to be on the stage, let's make the stage the dance floor"


307 W 38th St,
Suite 1116
NY, NY, 10018

212 620 4250

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