Boston Valley Terra Cotta in the news

Boston Valley Terra Cotta ACAWorkshop Participants, Emerging Objects, Featured on PBS

Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello, of Emerging Objects, have been working to build a 3-D printed house constructed from various recycled and naturally occurring materials.
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10 Bond Street Project Featured in Architects Newspaper

Selldorf Architects worked with Boston Valley Terra Cotta to design a rainscreen cladding of profiled panels in a custom glaze.
Porcelanosa Headquarters, Terra Cotta Masonry, architectural restoration

202 5th Avenue Recognized with AIA-NJ Historic Preservation Honor Award

The new Porcelanosa USA headquarters in Madison Square Park will be awarded an honor for historic preservation by the AIA New Jersey chapter.
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Interview: Rodolfo Machado & Working With Boston Valley Terra Cotta on Ringling Museum of Art

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.

Architect Magazine Showcases Rust Belt Architecture Schools, Including our Collaboration with the University at Buffalo

Boston Valley Terra is pleased to see the press the University at Buffalo School of Architect of Planning had been receiving lately for their programs focus on equitable, sustainable and well-designed environments.

Industry Experts From Around the World to Attend the Architectural Ceramic Assemblies Workshop in Buffalo

Architects, engineers and ceramic artists from across the country and Europe will explore innovative ceramic façade solutions to architectural challenges when they attend the Architectural Ceramic Assemblies Workshop (ACAW)

WSJ: Developers Turn to Materials of Old to Stand Out in Modern Era

Developer Scott Shnay wanted his new condominium building to pay homage to the industrial roots of its NoHo neighborhood in Manhattan while also standing out among the city’s forest of glass-sheathed towers.