CetraRuddy Architecture is an award-winning, global architecture, planning and interior design firm established in 1987 and driven by design excellence and the creating of one-of-a-kind experiences. CetraRuddy‘s work is grounded in understanding the specific interests and concerns of clients, as well as the unique identity and objective of each project.
Founded by Principals John Cetra, FAIA and Nancy J. Ruddy, and led by a core group of distinguished principals, the firm works throughout the United States and abroad at varied scales and across typologies including multifamily housing, hospitality, education, cultural and commercial projects.
CetraRuddy Architecture finds inspiration and trajectory in intellectually crafting unique and specific design solutions. Their projects create a memorable experience, community and a sense of place in all of the typologies they touch. The firm craftes skylines, creates moments and speaks to the poetry of humanity with empathy and generosity.
1. Rose Hill
Rose Hill, located at 30 East 29th Street, is a residential building that pays homage to the Rockefeller legacy, the neighborhood and the city’s rich history of skyscraper architecture. Geometric accents, intricate details and expansive windows combine to reference a classically Gotham aesthetic, interpreted in a modern vocabulary. On the building interiors, residential living spaces are a study in flexibility. Texture, attention to detail and celebration of craftsmanship, notable qualities in older buildings, are combined with elemental materials and panoramic views. Art is incorporated throughout the building.
2. One Madison
An iconic residential tower uniquely sited on the Manhattan grid, One Madison Park by CetraRuddy Architects optimizes the urban design opportunity presented by its location. This sculptural building consists of a main shaft of earth-tone bronze glass that references the masonry of the buildings in the surrounding area and that is articulated by a series of asymmetrical, cantilevered white-glass cubes. The tower anchors the base of Madison Avenue and historic Madison Park while engaging in an architectural dialogue with neighboring landmarks and enlivening the skyline.
3. 443 Greenwich
Originally built in the 19th century as a book bindery, 443 Greenwich restoration by CetraRuddy is inspired by original architectural details and the grand proportions of the existing structure. The design places an emphasis on natural light, further maximized through the large arched windows, double-height spaces and views of the lushly landscaped courtyard.
4. Manhattan Residences
5. 12 East 13th
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