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Restoring the Ca d’Zan Mansion’s Decorative Terra Cotta Facade

In the heart of Sarasota, Florida lies a home that once belonged to the circus king and notorious art collector, John Ringling, and his wife Mable.

Architectural Terra Cotta, Selldorf Architects, NYC, New York, Extrusion, TerraCottaNY

A Tour of Boston Valley Terra Cotta Facades in NYC

The architectural landscape of New York City is as diverse as any major metropolitan city; the variety of buildings that use metal, glass, stone, and terra cotta on their facades make up the urban environment New Yorkers know and love.

Boston Valley’s New Look Signals a Reflection of the Changing Industry of Architectural Terra Cotta Manufacturing

Boston Valley Terra Cotta is boasting a new look these days. Updated visuals and a redeveloped website reflect recent changes to the company’s infrastructure, processes, and technologies.

Allendale Theater, Theatre of Youth, Buffalo NY, TOY, Boston Valley Terra Cotta, Terra Cotta Masonry, Allentown, Western New York

Buffalo, NY’s Historic Allendale Theater Undergoes Architectural Restoration

In the heart of Buffalo’s historic Allentown neighborhood, the Allendale Theater remains a cornerstone of the thriving artistic culture of the area.

In Progress: Chicago’s 168 North Michigan Avenue’s Restoration

Boston Valley Terra Cotta is continuing their work on manufacturing the terra cotta masonry units that will populate the facade of Chicago’s 168 North Michigan Ave., a historic restoration of the 1916 Atlantic Bank building.

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The Future of the Historic Dime Savings Bank Building

In recent years Williamsburg Brooklyn has become a hotbed for progress and urban revitalization. In the midst of major changes, there are still gems of the area’s history which lay untouched.

Custom Through-Body Color Highlights the Terra Cotta on 655 New York Ave in Washington DC

655 New York Avenue is an 11 story multi-use office and retail building, which is currently under construction in the Mount Vernon Historical District in Washington DC.

Boston Valley & Anne Currier Collaborate on 688 Broadway’s Terra Cotta Feature Wall

688 Broadway is a recent development by Madison Reality Capital and designed by BKSK Architects in New York City’s NOHO neighborhood.

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