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.
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.
Boston Valley Terra Cotta has been making progress on the very detailed, ornamental terra cotta facade restoration of the Gage Building in Chicago. Designed by architect Louis Sullivan in 1899, 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 original […]
TITLE: Terra Cotta Arrives at Courthouse SOURCE: The Vindicator, Youngstown news DATE: Fri, May 6, 2016 See the original article at Vindy.com The first shipment of terra cotta has arrived and awaits installation at the Mahoning County Courthouse. The terra cotta is fired, ornamental clay masonry that will be placed at or near the roof […]
Installation of the recreated terra cotta façade for the Marion Palace Theatre in Marion, Ohio is nearing completion. The $1.8 million restoration process of the theater was started in the fall of 2013. Boston Valley Terra Cotta has been working with Quality Masonry Company, Inc. on this restoration. The Marion Palace Theatre is one of 16 atmospheric theaters […]
Boston Valley Terra Cotta has been busy remaking the colorful and intricate sculptural pieces that are the trademark of the former Childs Restaurant on Coney Island. Childs Restaurants were distinguished for their architectural quality and use of high-quality materials including white ceramic tile walls and floors, marble tables, and modern lighting. Designed by Hirons and […]
Boston Valley Terra Cotta has been in the process of recreating the terra cotta details of the façade of the Alaska State Capitol Building in Juneau, Alaska. The project is in the installation phase. Built in 1939, the Alaska State Capitol Building was designed by the Treasury Department’s Acting Supervising Architect, James A. Wetmore, in the Art […]