Boston Valley Terra Cotta worked with Machado Silvetti to create the dynamic terra cotta façade for the Centre for Asian Art extension to the historic campus of the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art. The project has been featured in the print subscription of The Architect’s Newspaper. View the PDF of the full feature here. […]
TITLE: Terra Cotta Arrives at Courthouse SOURCE: The Vindicator, Youngstown news DATE: Fri, May 6, 2016 See the original article at Vindy.com The first shipment of terra cotta has arrived and awaits installation at the Mahoning County Courthouse. The terra cotta is fired, ornamental clay masonry that will be placed at or near the roof […]
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Awards Held at The 2016 CRS-AIA Celebration of Preservation Awards Program in Cleveland, Ohio The Cleveland Restoration Society and AIA Cleveland will be awarding The Schofield Building the Award of Excellence in Exterior Restoration at the CRS-AIA Celebration of Preservation Awards Program. Boston Valley Terra Cotta worked hard to recreate the ornate red terra cotta […]
SOURCE: Dezeen Magazine DATE: April 28, 2016 See the original article at www.dezeen.com US firm Machado Silvetti has used jade-coloured terra cotta tiles to sheath an extension to the historic campus of the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota, Florida. Commonly known as The Ringling, it is one of the largest museum-university complexes in America. […]
Boston Valley Terra Cotta is proud to be a sponsor the Western New York region’s most notable fine arts event; the 2016 echo Art Fair. This event showcases a broad range of fine arts disciplines including painting, photography, sculpture, print, works on paper, video, mixed media, and performance art. New for this year, the event will expand […]
Two Boston Valley Terra Cotta projects will be awarded the New York Landmarks Conservancy’s highest honors for outstanding preservation at the 26th Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards. The 369th Regiment Armory Building restored by STV Incorporated and 36 Gramercy Park East restored by CTA Architects were both completed with the assistance of Boston Valley’s restoration expertise. The New York Landmarks […]