Designed by architect Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue and affectionately referred to as the "Jewel of Park Avenue," St. Bart's is a designated New York City landmark and is listed in the State and National Register of Historic Places.
Blog posts from the ARCH Design Lab
The Pacific Gate Condominiums, designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox’s (KPF) New York office, will feature a terra cotta entrance wall manufactured by Boston Valley. The wall will incorporate a water feature and use geometric patterns and gold luster glaze to imitate the rising sun in the Pacific Ocean.
Boston Valley is wrapping up the restoration of a new ornamental cartouche for Louis Sullivan’s Gage building in Chicago, Illinois. Designed by renowned architect Louis Sullivan, the Gage Building’s Art Nouveau façade is emphasized with intricate vine and ivy motifs that complement geometric patterns. 3D renderings were taken of the existing original terra cotta pieces to inform […]
An opening reception in the atrium of Hayes Hall marked the completion of the terra cotta mailboxes designed by student Nicholas Traverse and architecture faculty members Erkin Özay and Gregory Delaney.
Boston Valley Terra Cotta and the University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning wrapped up the 2nd annual Architectural Ceramic Assemblies Workshop on August 17, 2017. A collection of interdisciplinary professionals made up 4 teams – Team AECOM, Team Morphosis, Team Walter P Moore and Team UB/Alfred – worked collaboratively with industry experts and educators exploring innovative ceramic façade solutions to a variety of architectural challenges.
Architects, engineers and ceramic artists from across the country and Europe will be attending the second annual Architectural Ceramic Assemblies Workshop (ACAW) being held Monday, August 14 through Thursday, August 17.
The student and faculty designed mailboxes for Hayes Hall, home to the University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning, are currently in production at Boston Valley Terra Cotta. The design titled “Bibelot”, beat out the proposals of nine other teams comprised of faculty and students. Developed by student Nicholas Traverse (MArch ’16), Erkin Özay, assistant professor of […]