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Architectural Ceramics Are Pushing The Boundaries in a Technological Age

This article, featured in RIBA Journal, finds Alexis Harrison of Arup, delving into the history of architectural ceramics as a beautiful and durable building material
Second Architectural Ceramic Assemblies Workshop, ACAW, Boston Valley Terra Cotta, ARCH Design lab, Architectural Ceramic Assemblies Workshop

Boston Valley Terra Cotta Prepares For Second Architectural Ceramic Assemblies Workshop

We are currently in the planning stages for our second ACAW event which brought together architects, engineers and ceramic artists from across the country.

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.

Boston Valley 2016 Annual Sales Meeting

Boston Valley Terra Cotta held our annual sales meeting Sept. 28 – 30 in our hometown of Buffalo, NY.

Woolworth Building: 3D Composite Model Tools in Restoration

The even toned gray portion of the image are the replacement units and the colorful portions of the image are the scanned data.
Seaside Park Community Arts Center, custom glaze, restoration, terra cotta

Custom Glazes Brighten Seaside Park and Community Arts Center

Over 30 years of experience replicating historic glazes and developing new ones has allowed Boston Valley Terra Cotta to amass extensive knowledge and resources to rely on when manufacturing glazed architectural terra cotta.
John & Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Center for Asian Art, terraclad, glaze

Boston Valley Works with Machado Silvetti on Modern Addition to Ringling Estate

Boston Valley Terra Cotta worked closely with Machado Silvetti to create 2750 individual terra cotta modules, weighing in at 60-70 pounds each, for a modern addition to the Ringling Estate.