Work continues on the construction of the Seaside Park and Community Arts Center as the original Coney Island Childs Restaurant is transformed into a new restaurant for the recently opened amphitheater and event space. Boston Valley has replicated hundreds of ornate terra cotta units that are in the process of being installed on site. The […]
Boston Valley Terra Cotta held our annual sales meeting Sept. 28 – 30 in our hometown of Buffalo, NY. These annual sales meetings provide a chance for our sales representatives to get a closer look at whats happening in the factory and network with various members of the Boston Valley team. Our International Sales Manager, Bill […]
Quality Control Process Ensures Perfect Fit The restoration of the Woolworth Building is in production at Boston Valley. The above image is a composite model combining the 3D scans that our site survey team completed while at The Woolworth Building with the rationalized replacement units generated by our drafting department. The even toned gray portion […]
The new 512 West 22nd Street, designed by COOKFOX, will replace the original 5-story old brick building that was previously 510 West 22nd Street in Chelsea. The new structure will hold office space with large, operable windows and plenty of outdoor green space to enhance worker productivity. Sitting adjacent to the High Line, the new building […]
In early 2014 Boston Valley Terra Cotta was put under contract to supply the terra cotta cladding materials for the new 12 story mixed-used building planned for the existing Delaware Court building site. Boston Valley began by documenting the existing terra cotta units that comprised the façade. Documentation was done utilizing two methods; first, individual […]
Q: What drove the design of the pavilion’s tiled façade? Rodolfo Machado: Materially, we chose terra-cotta because the structure is a piece in a garden, and the garden pavilion has always been a light green terra-cotta with golden edges. But the material is also in the traditional buildings on the Ringling campus, like the John and Mable Ringling House—it is on the floors and inlaid in the walls.
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