CetraRuddy, Manhattan based architecture and interior design firm designed this luxury high rise in NYC’s Hell’s Kitchen. 535 W 43rd is comprised of two 14-story buildings that provide luxury apartment living in the heart of New York City. This haven features a rooftop garden, skyline views and central courtyard gardens with glass-enclosed walkways that bridge the two buildings. Yellow Goat Design, in collaboration with CetraRuddy and One Lux Studio, designed and fabricated a cluster of "wings" to suspend central to the concierge desk. Roughly 20’ x 14’ overall, 775 brushed bronze aluminum elements are suspended via stainless steel wires from a ceiling plate. We painted the ceiling plate Benjamin Moore Vanilla Milkshake to coordinate with the surrounding interior finishes. The feature is designed to have three strand types, each with a mixture of 2, 3 or 4 elements each. This allowed YGD to create variance and movement using one abstract wing shape. When installed, the breeze allows for the elements to sway slightly and appear even more dynamic.