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.
Located at 514 West 24th street, The Fitzroy finds its home on the Lower West Side of Manhattan. New York City's West Chelsea neighborhood boasts many iconic buildings and historic landmarks, such as the Whitney Museum of American Art, The Highline, and the Hotel Chelsea.
If you were sharp, you caught another Boston Valley project featured in the April print issue of the Architect’s Newspaper – the One Madison Square Gatehouse. Boston Valley Terra Cotta worked with BKSK Architects to manufacture the extruded terra cotta units for the contemporary façade for this New York City structure. Terra cotta was chosen for […]
Installation is close to completion at Cornell University’s Upson Hall. Boston Valley Terra Cotta has been working with Perkins + Will on the renovation of the 160,000 square-foot building that houses the schools of mechanical and aerospace engineering. They designed the original building more than 60 years ago. This is part of an ongoing renovation […]
The glazed terra cotta units framing the upper windows of the 18-story 7 West 21 Street building are nearing installation completion. Boston Valley Terra Cotta has been working with Morris Adjmi Architects on this 290,000 square foot building in the Ladies Mile Historic District of New York City. The completed space will accommodate 288 apartments […]
If you think public libraries are an institution with a proud past but a problematic future you have to visit the new Elmhurst Public Library by Marpillero Pollak Architects. Commissioned in 2004 by New York’s Department of Design and Construction (DDC), it’s not just a triumphant work of civic architecture, but one that creates community and celebrates what it means to be a public institution in 2017.