Boston Valley Terra Cotta
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  • Designed by architect Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue and affectionately referred to as the "Jewel of Park Avenue," St. Bart's is a designated New York City landmark and is listed in the State and National Register of Historic Places. The post St. Bart’s Dome Restoration Showcased in Time-lapse Video appeared first on .

Boston Valley Terra Cotta
Boston Valley Terra Cotta
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  • The Pacific Gate Condominiums, designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox’s (KPF) New York office, will feature a terra cotta entrance wall manufactured by Boston Valley. The wall will incorporate a water feature and use geometric patterns and gold luster glaze to imitate the rising sun in the Pacific Ocean. The post Terra Cotta Sun Created for Pacific Gate Condominiums appeared first on .

Boston Valley Terra Cotta
Boston Valley Terra Cotta
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  • Boston Valley is wrapping up the restoration of a new ornamental cartouche for Louis Sullivan’s Gage building in Chicago, Illinois. Designed by renowned architect Louis Sullivan, the Gage Building’s Art Nouveau façade is emphasized with intricate vine and ivy motifs that complement geometric patterns. 3D renderings were taken of the existing original terra cotta pieces to inform […] The post Chica...

Boston Valley Terra Cotta
Boston Valley Terra Cotta
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  • An opening reception in the atrium of Hayes Hall marked the completion of the terra cotta mailboxes designed by student Nicholas Traverse and architecture faculty members Erkin Özay and Gregory Delaney. The post Terra Cotta Mailboxes Make a Statement in UB Hayes Hall appeared first on .

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Boston Valley Terra Cotta
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  • Boston Valley Terra Cotta and the University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning wrapped up the 2nd annual Architectural Ceramic Assemblies Workshop on August 17, 2017. A collection of interdisciplinary professionals made up 4 teams – Team AECOM, Team Morphosis, Team Walter P Moore and Team UB/Alfred – worked collaboratively with industry experts and educators exploring innovative ceram...

Boston Valley Terra Cotta
Boston Valley Terra Cotta
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  • Architects, engineers and ceramic artists from across the country and Europe will be attending the second annual Architectural Ceramic Assemblies Workshop (ACAW) being held Monday, August 14 through Thursday, August 17. The post Industry Experts to Gather for the 2nd Annual ACAWorkshop appeared first on .

Boston Valley Terra Cotta
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  • A workshop program dedicated to the experimentation of large-scale applications for ceramic components, the 2016 Architectural Ceramic Assemblies Workshop brought together a collection of interdisciplinary professionals working collaboratively in small groups to explore innovative ceramic façade solutions to architectural challenges. The ACAWorkshop combines the models of academic research, artist...

Boston Valley Terra Cotta
Boston Valley Terra Cotta
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  • Watch the story of Boston valley Terra Cotta, Buffalo, NY. Boston Valley Terra Cotta is the nation's most specialized Architectural Terra Cotta manufacturer. Our passionate team of Artisans, Architects, and Engineers are committed to detailed craftsmanship, quality, innovation, and service in Historical Restoration and New Construction.

Boston Valley Terra Cotta
Boston Valley Terra Cotta
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  • Watch the story of Boston valley Terra Cotta, Buffalo, NY. Boston Valley Terra Cotta is the nation's most specialized Architectural Terra Cotta manufacturer. Our passionate team of Artisans, Architects, and Engineers are committed to detailed craftsmanship, quality, innovation, and service in Historical Restoration and New Construction.

Boston Valley Terra Cotta
Boston Valley Terra Cotta
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  • Boston Valley Terra Cotta's 5-Axis Router mills an engaged column capitol for 162 North Sate Street in Chicago, IL as part of an architectural restoration project. Find out more about Boston Valley at http://www.Bostonvalley.com

Boston Valley Terra Cotta
Boston Valley Terra Cotta
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  • Boston valley provided 3D shop drawings for the St. Mary's Cathedral Project using Autodesk's Autocad© software. The recent acquisition of Autodesk's product Design Suite® has allowed our drafting department the ability to create simulated 3D models and assemblies. The InventorPro® software is used to create the 3D model on individual components and an interactive assembly. This produces accurate ...

Boston Valley Terra Cotta
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  • Pictured is the entire lantern and dome assembly of the Alberta Legislative Building. The individual 3-D models or 'parts' were created in InventorPro® unitizing profiles and dimensions from our 2D shop drawings. The parts were then fit together using the assembly environment of the InventorPro® software. The end result being an accurate, realistic 3 dimensional representation of the building.

Boston Valley Terra Cotta
Boston Valley Terra Cotta
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  • Boston Valley Terra Cotta is a leader in providing innovative solutions for both traditional masonry installed terra cotta projects as well as for our terra cotta rain screen wall cladding system. This video demonstrates Boston Valley Terra Cotta's capability to quickly create prototypes using our 5-Axis CNC Router.

Boston Valley Terra Cotta
Boston Valley Terra Cotta
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  • Our film crew, headed by independent filmmaker Peter McGennis, gives us a sneak peak of the restoration of 'Dorothy' -- four aging, terra cotta female figures attached to the corners of the top floor of a condominium high-rise in Manhattan from the 1890s. For more details of this project as it unfolds, check out Boston Valley Terra Cotta's blog for ongoing posts at the Boston Valley Design Lab: ht...

Boston Valley Terra Cotta
Boston Valley Terra Cotta
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  • The student and faculty designed mailboxes for Hayes Hall, home to the University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning, are currently in production at Boston Valley Terra Cotta. The design titled “Bibelot”, beat out the proposals of nine other teams comprised of faculty and students. Developed by student Nicholas Traverse (MArch ’16), Erkin Özay, assistant professor of […] The post Winni...

Boston Valley Terra Cotta
Boston Valley Terra Cotta
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  • This article, featured in RIBA Journal, finds Alexis Harrison of Arup, delving into the history of architectural ceramics as a beautiful and durable building material and its bright future, merging craft, artistry, and technology, to become a superior facade choice. The post Architectural Ceramics Are Pushing The Boundaries in a Technological Age appeared first on .

Boston Valley Terra Cotta
Boston Valley Terra Cotta
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  • Boston Valley Terra Cotta has been making progress on the very detailed, ornamental terra cotta facade restoration of the Gage Building in Chicago. Designed by architect Louis Sullivan in 1899, the Gage Building’s Art Nouveau façade is emphasized with intricate vine and ivy motifs that complement geometric patterns. 3D renderings were taken of the original […] The post Boston Valley Terra Cotta’s ...

Boston Valley Terra Cotta
Boston Valley Terra Cotta
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  • Boston Valley Terra Cotta is making progress on the restoration of the façade of the former 1916 Atlantic Bank Building at 168 Michigan Avenue in Chicago. This long-vacant, century-old high-rise in now undergoing a remarkable transformation and there's great anticipation to return the beautiful white terra cotta façade to its original glory. When completed, plans for this historic restoration proj...

Boston Valley Terra Cotta
Boston Valley Terra Cotta
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  • Over Memorial Day weekend, The Coney Island History Project opened "Neptune Revisited: Terra Cotta Relics from the Childs Building, Last of Coney Island's Boardwalk Palaces," exhibiting terra cotta relics from the original Childs Restaurant Building, now the Seaside Park and Community Arts Center. The exhibition gives insight into the history of the popular boardwalk restaurant and the extensive p...

Boston Valley Terra Cotta
Boston Valley Terra Cotta
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  • Boston Valley Terra Cotta was recently featured in Architect’s Newspaper. The article, “The future of ceramics is being developed in Buffalo, New York” by Matt Shaw, highlights Boston Valley's transformation from a flower pot business started in 1889 to a leading innovator in the Terra Cotta industry – maintaining a superior level of craftsmanship while simultaneously incorporating digital technol...

Boston Valley Terra Cotta
Boston Valley Terra Cotta
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  •   Boston Valley Terra Cotta was contracted to manufacture the terra cotta for the restoration of  The Dymocks Building, in the heart of Sydney, Australia. Also known as “The Block”, the building has maintained its purpose as a retail center since it’s constructed in 1926. Often considered architect F.H.B. Wilton’s best-known building, the unique design is […] The post Boston Valley Provides Terra ...

Boston Valley Terra Cotta
Boston Valley Terra Cotta
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  • In 2015, restoration was completed on the former Metropolitan Water Sewerage and Drainage Board Building in Sydney, Australia. Built in 1939 by Australian architecture firm H.E. Budden and Mackey, the building is known for its glamorous Art Deco details and innovative 20th-century precast features. Materials on the building include marble, granite, bronze, brass and terra cotta, which Boston […] T...

Boston Valley Terra Cotta
Boston Valley Terra Cotta
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  • If you were sharp, you caught another Boston Valley project featured in the April print issue of the Architect’s Newspaper – the One Madison Square Gatehouse. Boston Valley Terra Cotta worked with BKSK Architects to manufacture the extruded terra cotta units for the contemporary façade for this New York City structure. Terra cotta was chosen for […] The post One Madison Featured in Architect’s New...

Boston Valley Terra Cotta
Boston Valley Terra Cotta
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  •   Morris Adjmi Architects new 10-story structure will occupy a unique lot in the NoHo Historic District Extension; the building will run the entire street front from Great Jones Street to Bond Street. While the Great Jones Street side is straight, the façade at Lafayette uses setbacks at each floor to angle the building toward Bond […] The post Boston Valley to Provide Terra Cotta for Morris Adjmi...

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