SOURCE: Buffalo Rising BY: Tim Scanlon DATE: September 28, 2015 See the original article at BuffaloRising.com Photo Rendering: Uniland Development Company Construction crews at Uniland Development Company’s 250 Delaware Avenue have been busy camouflaging the attached parking ramp cornering Chippewa and South Elmwood. The façade application consists of thin, staggered terra-cotta strips (or battens) placed horizontally, attached to […]
Join us on Saturday, September 26 from 2:30 to 7:00 p.m. to celebrate the Grand Opening of El Barrio’s Artspace PS109. Join the resident artists in partnership with Artspace, El Barrio’s Operation Fightback, Hi-ARTS, El Taller Latino Americano, and The Shakespeare Forum as we welcome and invite the community to celebrate the GRAND OPENING OF […]
Facades+ is the leading conference on high performance and high design building skins. Join the robust dialogue that covers all aspects of building envelopes and is the key to building resilient buildings, systems integration, and a sustainable built environment. Boston Valley Terra Cotta is proud to be a Sponsor of the Facades+ Chicago Conference. Read More...
Two former luxury hotels, one in the Midwest and one on the East Coast, required Boston Valley’s restoration expertise. The Belgravia building in the Center City neighborhood of Philadelphia originally opened in 1902 as a hotel. By 2008 the building was sold by a development group to individual residents who formed the Belgravia Condo Association. […]
LEED v4 - Navigating the Changes & Understanding the New Materials Selection Criteria presents the most recent changes to the LEED rating system. Sponsored by Boston Valley Terra Cotta
Designed in 1903 by Holabird & Roche, 619 South Lasalle Street in Chicago was once the home to Brock & Rankin, a printer and binder of books, catalogues, and encyclopedias. The company vacated the building in the 1950s and sections of the building were remodeled for office use. Today, Boston Valley Terra Cotta is helping […]
The NYC Townhouse planters, developed for Michael Chen Architecture, are in full production. As you can see in the images below, several different unit styles will make up the planters for this unique “green wall”. The planters vary in depth, allowing for more (or less) plants to be grown inside each. The patterned concept requires […]