The ‘Buffalo Boom’ According to Architect’s Newspaper

After decades of stagnation and decline, this Rust Belt city is finally on the upswing. This article original in The Architect’s Newspaper (http://archpaper.com/) written by Jenna M. McKnight. The Buffalo State Asylum for the Insane, designed by H.H. Richardson with a landscape by Frederick Law Olmsted, has been a mighty but ghostly presence since it was largely […]
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The Buffalo Boom

SOURCE: The Architect’s Newspaper BY: Jenna M. McKnight DATE: August 6, 2013 See the original article at The Architect’s Newspaper After decades of stagnation and decline, this Rust Belt city is finally on the upswing. The Buffalo State Asylum for the Insane, designed by H.H. Richardson with a landscape by Frederick Law Olmsted, has been […]

3-D digital carving: A new tool for an ancient art

SOURCE: University at Buffalo: News Center BY: Charlotte Hsu DATE: July 23, 2013 See the original article at University at Buffalo: News Center 3-D digital carving: A new tool for an ancient art With UB’s help, Boston Valley Terra Cotta is employing an arsenal of digital tools in terra cotta restoration, increasing the firm’s competitiveness […]

First Look: Realogy Headquarters

SOURCE: Architectural Record BY: Ronda Kaysen DATE: July 2013 See the original article at Architectural Record First Look: Realogy Headquarters Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates Madison, NJ As it did with Centra in Iselin, N.J., Kohn Pedersen Fox turns another suburban eyesore into a gleaming office building. It’s not easy being an ugly office building in […]

Connecticut College Project Receives BSA Education Facilities Award

SOURCE: Payette Blog BY: Payette DATE: July 23, 2013 See the original article at Payette Blog Connecticut College Project Receives BSA Education Facilities Award We are pleased to announce that the New London Hall Life Sciences Building has been selected for recognition by the BSA’s 2013 Education Facilities Awards jury. The awards jury selects recipients […]
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Fallen Angels Rescued Parametrically

SOURCE: Architect’s Newspaper Blog BY: Emily Hooper DATE: July 12, 2013 See the original article at Architect’s Newspaper Fabrikator Blog Fallen Angels Rescued Parametrically. Classically trained sculptors breath new life into four 20-foot angels with the help of Rhino. When Old Structures Engineering engaged Boston Valley Terra Cotta in the restoration of the 1896 vintage […]

Architect’s Newspaper’s Blog Features The Dorothy Project

The Fabrikator section of A|N Blog from The Architect’s Newspaper posted a nice article about Boston Valley’s Dorthy project. Fallen Angels Rescued Parametrically Fabrikator | Friday, July 12, 2013 | Emily Hooper Read an excerpt below…. “When Old Structures Engineering engaged Boston Valley Terra Cotta in the restoration of the 1896 vintage Beaux-Arts building at 150 Nassau Street in New […]