Boston Valley Terra Cotta in the news

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.

Michael Chen's Upper East Side Townhouse Wins R&D Award for Nanobiome Building Skin

The green wall planters were manufactured by Boston Valley (see posts about the project) and the jury praised the project for innovation in both digital design and sustainability.

Boston Valley Terra Cotta Has Come a Long Way as Profiled in The Buffalo News

Boston Valley Terra Cotta was profiled in a recent Buffalo News article about the development of our architectural ceramic manufacturing company over the years.
John & Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Center for Asian Art, terraclad, glaze

Boston Valley's Ringling Project Featured in The Architect's Newspaper

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.

Mahoning County Courthouse is Ready For Restoration, Receives First Shipment of Terra Cotta

The first shipment of terra cotta has arrived and awaits installation at the Mahoning County Courthouse.