Mission & Belief
Architecture is the physical realization in the culmination of ideas, details, materials, site and budget.
My goal as an architect is to foster the collaborative efforts of the architect, the client and the builder to create a harmonious, functional and aesthetically refined structure.
Bruce A.T. Siska is the sole owner/ architect of Bruce A.T. Siska-Architect_PLLC.
From graduating from the Masters of Architecture program at Syracuse University in Florence, Italy, he has over 20 years’ experience in commercial and residential projects.
Mr. Siska is the 13th generation from one of the 7 original founding families of East Hampton. Upon returning to the east end, he began his architectural career at the office of William J. Reese, in Southampton, NY. He opened his office in East Hampton in 2005.
Mr. Siska is an active member of the Peconic Chapter of the AIA, and sits on many local Boards including the East Hampton Village Design Review Board, the East Hampton Village Planning and Zoning Committee, the East Hampton Historical Society and the Thomas Moran Trust...
Since growing up on the eastern end of Long Island, Mr. Siska enjoys spending time outdoors. When not in his studio designing houses and contemplating details, he can be found at the beach, on the trails, at the ballfield with his two young boys or at the golf course...
He is married to his long time classmate and local doctor, Dr. Lara DeSanti-Siska.
Education & Credentials
Registered architect, State of New York
Bachelors of Architecture, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
Masters of Architecture, Syracuse University, Florence, Italy
AIA, Peconic Chapter | Member, Past Board Member
Design Review Board | Member, Village of East Hampton
Planning and Zoning Committee | Member, Village of East Hampton
East Hampton Historical Society | Board Member
Thomas Moran Trust | Board Member
Building and Maintenance Committee | Member, Noyac Golf Club
Greens Committee | Member, Noyac Golf Club
Star of the East Lodge, No. 843 | Member
“All architecture is shelter, all great architecture is the design of space that contains, cuddles, exalts, or stimulates the persons in that space.”
- Philip Johnson
“Good buildings come from good people, and all problems are solved by good design.”
- Stephen Gardiner
“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”
- Leonardo da Vinci