Boston Valley Terra Cotta is a global leader in the architectural terra cotta industry, serving the restoration, renovation, and new construction markets. The company was established by the Krouse family following the purchase of Boston Valley Pottery in 1981. The original factory produced bricks and clay pots prior to the change in ownership, at which point it was converted into the terra cotta manufacturing facility it is today.
By thoughtfully combining advanced technology with traditional craftsmanship, Boston Valley contributes to the successful preservation of some of the most architecturally significant buildings in the world, as well as the construction of iconic new-build structures.
Boston Valley has produced ceramic façade solutions for both new and old terra cotta buildings around the globe, such as Louis Sullivan’s historic Guaranty Building in Buffalo, NY; KPF’s new supertall skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan – One Vanderbilt, built in 2021; and the restoration of Battersea Power Station in London, England.
“Collaborating with Boston Valley Terra Cotta is an extremely rewarding experience. Their team brings together cutting edge skill and incredible artistry. As architects we search out for partnerships such as the one we have built with Boston Valley Terra Cotta. We enjoy cultivating this relationship through further collaboration and future projects”
– Graham Clegg, AIA, NCARB
Principal at STUDIOS architecture