CetraRuddy’s Legacy in Interior Design – Established in 1987, CetraRuddy is an award-winning global architecture, planning, and interior design firm driven by design excellence and the creating of one-of-a-kind experiences.
For three decades, the firm has led with a guiding principle that architecture and design must engage context and enrich the human spirit. The 100-person firm’s thought leadership stems from a shared passion and spirit of creating, as well as the firm’s diversity of backgrounds and cultures.
CetraRuddy’s core beliefs begin with the idea that Architecture Is Home, always seeking out the story behind each building site, their deep historical context, and fresh opportunities to craft innovative solutions and lead clients on their journeys toward building a new legacy.
- Rose Hill
Rose Hill, located at 30 East 29th Street, in the dynamic NoMad neighborhood, is a new 45-story residential building that pays homage to the Rockefeller legacy, the neighborhood and the city’s rich history of skyscraper architecture while looking to the future.
- 200 East 59th Street
200 East 59th Street is a 152,000 SF, a 35-story mixed-use multifamily residential tower located in the center of Manhattan. The crafted modern design incorporates a bright aesthetic that maximizes natural light and sweeping city views. The project includes a central lobby, a wellness center, indoor/outdoor balconies with views of the hustle and bustle of Midtown East, and a ground floor retail component.
Located in the newly opened Hudson Yards development, Queensyard is an all-day dining destination guided by the historic memory of Hudson Yard’s use as a rail yard, which has been interpreted in a modern way.
Bluebird London at the Time Warner Center translates an established UK brand and restaurant to its first outpost in New York City. The design of the restaurant is inspired by Britain’s most creative midcentury era, fusing a New York attitude with the irreverent spirit of the UK through the use of color, pattern, art, and culture.
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