The Architectural Ceramic Assemblies Workshop returns for its seventh year, bringing more teams together at Boston Valley Terra Cotta to explore the possibilities of using terra cotta for large-scale assemblies.
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The Architect’s Newspaper recaps the collaboration, where the team reimagined exterior façades as much-needed habitat space for birds, bees, and plants in the urban environment.
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The Architect’s Newspaper reported on the massive new mixed-use development that is currently underway in the middle of downtown Detroit, MI. Aptly named “Hudson’s Site” for the time being, the project stands on the site of the former Hudson’s flagship, part of the long-defunct department store chain.
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John Krouse will explain how Boston Valley is changing the face of terra cotta with details on some of our past Canadian projects, including The Well – Toronto’s largest active construction site.
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The article discusses lead architect Studio Gang’s design intent for the function of the building, which is used by the firefighter team as a simulation and training facility for extreme rescue situations.
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Each year the Conservancy honors a number of building owners, developers, preservation architects, general contractors, façade engineers, installation specialists, and manufacturers related to the trade for outstanding work in preservation within NYC. Several Boston Valley Terra Cotta projects have been the recipient of such honors in the past.
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The possibilities, limitations, and design flexibility of architectural terra-cotta in response to the changing needs of new buildings.
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By using sophisticated applications of terra cotta and brick, as well as glass and steel, The Well design will complement and preserve the industrial character of the historic King Street West neighborhood.