The recently completed Quadrant 4 building is part renovation and part new build— with updates made to the interior and exterior, the structure takes on a new identity. Located off Piccadily Circus in London's Soho Conservation area, the building has undergone some serious transformation to turn an outdated hotel into a luxury apartment complex.
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Boston Valley Terra Cotta has been working with the JDS Development Group, Architects Roman and Williams and the IBI Group to bring The Fitzroy to life at 514 W 24th st. in New York City.
363 Lafayette is a 10-Story office building designed by Morris Adjmi Architects. In the previous post about this project, renderings provided by the architects showed the brick and terra cotta facade in its projected state of completion.
Progress continues to be made on the Pacific Gate Condominiums in San Diego, California designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox’s (KPF) New York office. The terra cotta wall pieces were recently shipped west and installed on site (see photo below). Boston Valley Terra Cotta developed a custom gold luster glaze that imitates the warmth of the setting […]
48 Carey st. is a new residential development located in Holbern, London– a deeply historical area only two blocks from the River Thames. The building, which is currently under construction, will reach a height of 9 stories and will offer 202 different apartments in its interior.
512 West 22nd street takes a nod from the past as well as the present. The building reflects the history of the surrounding area through its industrial sash-inspired windows and the metallic, grey anthracite terra cotta facade.
At the second annual Architectural Ceramic Assemblies Workshop (ACAW), participants in the architectural industry explored the prototyping and assembly of terra cotta systems through manufacturer-supported hands-on research. Boston Valley Terra Cotta and the University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning, supported by the UB Sustainable Manufacturing and Advanced Robotic Technologies held the ACAWorkshop, a weeklong event developed to instruct architects, designers, and facade engineers about the manufacturing of architectural ceramics and advance the design of facade solutions.