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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pelli clarke pelli, the centrale, architect's newspaper, new york city

Architect’s Newspaper: Pelli Clarke Pelli’s Nods To The Jazz Age With Chevrons of Terra Cotta

The Centrale is a newly constructed residential building designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli in Midtown, Manhattan that features Boston Valley Terra Cotta rainscreen panels.
January 23, 2020/by Jimmy Scamacca
Unitized terra cotta panels and glass curtainwall for One Vanderbilt, designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox

New York YIMBY: One Vanderbilt Progresses Toward August 2020 Opening In Midtown East

One Vanderbilt is a new, supertall skyscraper in Midtown, Manhattan designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates for building owners SL Green and Hines. The building was recently featured by New York YIMBY in an article that shows the current state of the building's construction.
January 17, 2020/by Jimmy Scamacca
A view of New York City from the One Vanderbilt construction site in New York City last March

Tales from New York — Boston Valley Presents in London on Experimental Ceramics for Architecture

On Thursday, January 30, speakers will gather at the Building Centre in London for their upcoming event, Tales From New York — Experimental Ceramics for Architecture, as a part of the Building With Ceramics Series sponsored by Boston Valley Terra Cotta.
January 13, 2020/by Jimmy Scamacca
The prototype for SHoP Architects at the 2019 Architectural Ceramic Assemblies Workshop, hosted by Boston Valley Terra Cotta and University at Buffalo

Video Highlights the 2019 Architectural Ceramic Assemblies Workshop

The 2019 ACAWorkshop video highlights the process of the teams throughout the weeklong event. Group leaders and participants discuss the core of their work in the video and how they came to focus on the concepts that they worked on in the workshop.
December 23, 2019/by Jimmy Scamacca
A closeup of the red terra cotta facade on the FDNY training facility in NYC, designed by Studio Gang

The Intelligencer Reviews Studio Gang’s FDNY Rescue Company 2

New York Magazine's Intelligencer released an article this past week highlighting the work of architect Jeanne Gang – owner of the Chicago-based Studio Gang firm – and her design of the new FDNY training facility.
December 22, 2019/by mark wisz
512 West 22nd street in NYC is in Architectural Record. Boston Valley Terra Cotta supplied terra cotta masonry for the COOKFOX Architects designed commercial building.

Architectural Record: 512W22 by COOKFOX

COOKFOX Architect's 512 West 22nd street in New York City is featured in a recent article published by Architectural Record. Boston Valley Terra Cotta manufactured terra cotta masonry for this project in a metallic black glaze.
December 12, 2019/by Jimmy Scamacca

Washington Business Journal Highlights the Colorful Terra Cotta on The Whitman-Walker’s Liz

The Selldorf Architects designed 14th Street Corridor, Whitman-Walker Center, has been featured in a recent article published by the Washington Business Journal.
December 4, 2019/by Jimmy Scamacca
Make Architects, Szerelmey and Boston Valley Terra Cotta worked together to bring the Rathbone and Newman Passages to life

Dec 4th Building Centre Event Will Highlight Boston Valley’s Custom Architectural Terra Cotta Work in UK

Boston Valley's work will once again be featured at an event as part of the Building with Ceramics Series. Ceramics: Turning the Architectural Vision into a Reality is taking place Wednesday, December 4 from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm.
November 27, 2019/by Jimmy Scamacca
Morris Adjmi Architects, New York City, Boston Valley Terra Cotta, 7 West 21st Street

Architect Profile: Morris Adjmi Architects

This post is the second in a series profiling architecture firms that Boston Valley Terra Cotta has worked with, highlighting some signature projects. This post will cover our work for Morris Adjmi Architects in New York City.
November 26, 2019/by Jimmy Scamacca