New Build, Boston Valley Terra Cotta, John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art – Center for Asian Art, Glaze, Florida, TerraClad, Machado Silvetti
Restoration, Boston Valley Terra Cotta, 150 Nassau Street, Dorothy, Sculpture, New York

Recreating the Past. Shaping the Future.

Boston Valley Terra Cotta is the leading manufacturer of custom architectural terra cotta for restoration of historic facades and creation of high performance building envelopes. Having been in the ceramic manufacturing business for over 120 years, we have a proven commitment to quality and a history of unparalleled customer service. Boston Valley’s diverse terra cotta lines include architectural terra cotta for restoration and custom facade systems, terra cotta roof tile, our TerraClad® rain screen system, and our new TerraPreCast® cladding. Located just south of Buffalo, NY and owned by the Krouse family, Boston Valley Terra Cotta continues a pattern of growth from an American manufacturer to a global terra cotta supplier. Our management team is leading the way in developing an atmosphere of collaboration with architects, owners and project stakeholders. This collaboration unites our longstanding history of craftsmanship with the emerging digital technologies of the design industry. Our commitment to this new, digital craft is allowing us to rationalize designs for terra cotta fabrication and solve challenging installation problems sooner, further enhancing our ability to deliver exceptional projects.

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RECENT NEWS

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Hand Carved Letters on The Gloversville Library Require Boston Valley’s Expert Precision

The terra cotta on the Beaux-Arts style exterior façade has been successfully installed as construction continues on the rest of the building.
October 19, 2018/by Jimmy Scamacca
363 Lafayette, Morris Adjmi Architects, New York City Architecture, Boston Valley Terra cotta, Custom glaze, extrusion

Morris Adjmi’s 363 Lafayette featured in the Architect’s Newspaper

Boston Valley Terra Cotta manufactured the components for 363 Lafayette's unique facade. The units of the terra cotta frieze were extruded and the projections were modified in the finishing department. A dark grey matte terra cotta glaze application highlights the simple geometric pattern.
October 17, 2018/by Athena Kolokotronis
Oyster Bar, NYC, Boston Valley Terra Cotta

NYC’s 10 Most Impressive Terra Cotta Buildings Include Five Projects by Boston Valley Terra Cotta

Boston Valley CEO, John Krouse will be honored at the Historic Districts Council’s annual Landmarks Lion Award ceremony celebrating the preservation of architectural terra cotta in NYC.
October 12, 2018/by Jimmy Scamacca

UB Jacobs School Wins 2018 Higher Education/Research Award of Merit

The 628,000-sq-ft eight-story Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences has been awarded the Engineering News-Record's New York Best Projects Higher Education/Research Award of Merit for 2018. The new medical school was designed and built from the ground up to meet LEED Gold requirements.
October 8, 2018/by Athena Kolokotronis
Display, Anne Currier, Burchfield Penney, Boston Valley Terra Cotta, TerraClad®

Ceramic Artist Anne Currier’s Exhibit Highlights a Collaboration With Boston Valley

Ceramic Artist, Anne Currier will be showing a range of sculptures for a solo exhibition at The Burchfield Penney Art Center entitled, Display, opening October 12.
October 4, 2018/by Jimmy Scamacca

Facade Tectonic’s Mic Patterson Recaps The 3rd Annual ACAWorkshop

The Facade Tectonics Institute is keen to catalyze more such industry-academia collaborations, and commends Boston Valley Terra Cotta and the University of Buffalo for their leadership in this area and providing an exemplary model for such collaborative efforts.
October 3, 2018/by Jimmy Scamacca

#TerraCottaUK Architectural Tour

To coincide with the upcoming ZAK World of Façades Conference on October 2, we have developed this tour of terra cotta buildings in London that are Boston Valley projects.  Take a stroll and check out some of Boston Valley's work throughout the city.
October 1, 2018/by Athena Kolokotronis

#TerraCottaBuffalo Architecture Tour

Current residents and visitors can appreciate the architectural menagerie that is the City of Buffalo by walking, biking, or driving around the different regions of the area.
September 21, 2018/by Jimmy Scamacca

The 2018 ACAWorkshop Featured in The Architects Newspaper

For the third year in a row, manufacturer Boston Valley Terra Cotta (BVTC) and the University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning in upstate New York hosted the Architectural Ceramics Assemblies Workshop.
September 12, 2018/by Jimmy Scamacca