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Sample pieces of the TerraClad® Rainscreen made by Boston Valley for the Morphosis Architects designed Orange County Museum of Art

Boston Valley’s work on the Morphosis designed Orange County Museum of Art featured in The Architect’s Newspaper

Boston Valley Terra Cotta is working closely with Morphosis Architects to manufacture a custom TerraClad® façade for The Orange County Museum of Art, highlighted in a recent article by The Architect’s Newspaper.

Sample tiles of specialty glazes that are currently in development at the Matter Factory.

In Conversation with Andy Brayman Part 1: working with Boston Valley Terra Cotta to develop glazes

This is part one of a three part profile on Research and Development Specialist, Andy Brayman that discusses his work developing glazes for Boston Valley, helping to create prototypes for ACAW, and his thoughts on the future of ceramics. 

FDNY Fire Rescue 2 - Studio Gang, Jeanne Gang, Architectural Digest

Studio Gang’s FDNY Fire Rescue 2 featured in Architectural Digest

Architectural Digest recently published an article highlighting Studio Gang’s FDNY Fire Rescue 2 in Brooklyn, NY and the work of founding principal and partner of the studio, Jeanne Gang.

COOKFOX, 512 West 22nd street, New York City, Boston Valley Terra Cotta, Architect's Newspaper Design Gala, Innovator of the Year

The Architect’s Newspaper recognizes excellence at the first Annual Design Gala

This year Boston Valley Terra Cotta was named Innovator of the Year by The Architect’s Newspaper. The inaugural Design Gala took place earlier this month at the Bowery Savings Bank in New York City in an effort to celebrate all aspects in architecture.

The Boston Valley Terra Cotta production facility as seen from above in Western New York.

130 Years of Terra Cotta Production & The Growth of Boston Valley Terra Cotta

Originally, Boston Valley was a brick manufacturer that later became a producer of terra cotta pots. The company’s return to architectural terra cotta products occurred in 1981 when the Krouse family purchased the facility. From then on, Boston Valley Pottery was known as Boston Valley Terra Cotta.

The Dime Building white terra cotta facade, fogarty finger architects designed, Boston Valley Terra Cotta Produced

White Terracotta Facade Nearly Complete on The Dime as Highlighted in New York YIMBY

The mixed-use building designed by Fogarty Finger will have a total 350,000 square feet divided between ground floor retail, commercial office, and residential spaces with various amenities.

One Vanderbilt in New York City is a skyscraper designed by KPF that features white glazed terra cotta spandrels and soffits Boston Valley Terra Cotta

See Boston Valley’s Product on One Vanderbilt Highlighted in The Architect’s Newspaper

One Vanderbilt is a stunning skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan that continues to attract attention as construction progresses towards the completion date later in 2020.

Boston Valley Terra Cotta at The Building Centre, Tales From New York Re-Cap

Attendees were able to learn about the resurgence of architectural ceramics from experts in the industry, showing modern day examples of the material in use.

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