Selldorf Architects worked with Boston Valley Terra Cotta to design a rainscreen cladding of profiled panels in a custom glaze. The panels are trimmed with weathered steel, which rises beyond the facade to frame a rooftop terrace. On grade, the entry is marked with a mahogany ship-lapped siding.
Blog posts pertaining to the 10 Bond Street project
TITLE: Developers Turn to Materials of Old to Stand Out in Modern Era SOURCE: The Wall Street Journal DATE: Sunday, June 20, 2016 WRITTEN BY: Zolan Kanno-Youngs See the original article at www.wsj.com Developer Scott Shnay wanted his new condominium building to pay homage to the industrial roots of its NoHo neighborhood in Manhattan while also standing […]
“Bond Street in lower Manhattan’s has turned into a short “starchitect” row and Boston Valley Terra Cotta is playing a key role in the street’s latest project. The Orchard Park-based firm is designing and constructing the terra cotta panels that will grace the façade of architect Annabelle Selldorf’s 10 Bond Steet, a seven-story, 11-unit infill project. The building’s […]
Boston Valley Terra Cotta recently hosted the project team for 10 Bond Street in New York, NY. Robert Blount from Crowne Architectural Systems, Sara Lopergolo from Selldorf and Raymond Mark and Angelina Pinto from New Line Structures came to our facility in Orchard Park to approve the visual mockup and custom glaze application. A section of the building facade was […]