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Architectural Ceramic Assemblies Workshop Pushes the Envelope of Building Design

For a third year, experts in the fields of architecture and design will gather in Buffalo, New York to attend the Architectural Ceramic Assemblies Workshop (ACAW) being held Monday, August 13 through Thursday, August 16.
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KPF's Pacific Gate Condominiums Featured in Dezeen Magazine

KPF's Pacific Gate is a luxury residential skyscraper in San Diego, California, the building has been creating buzz, since it is a spectacle in its size and grandeur. Boston Valley Terra Cotta had the pleasure of working alongside KPF to manufacture a terra cotta wall depicting a magnificent, golden sunset.

The Talk of the Town: MKCA's Upper East Side Townhouse Wins Multiple Awards

The renovation of the Upper East Side Townhouse – designed by MKCA, Michael K. Chen Architecture – pushes the boundaries of architectural terra cotta in this innovative restoration.

Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences wins an Excelsior Award for Public Architecture

The new home of the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo has won an Excelsior Award for public architecture in the category of New Construction from the American Institute of Architects New York State.

NYC's The Fitzroy Shines in Video From JDS Development Group

Boston Valley Terra Cotta has been working with the JDS Development Group, Architects Roman and Williams and the IBI Group to bring The Fitzroy to life at 514 W 24th st.

Facade Tectonics Reports on This Year's Architectural Ceramic Assemblies Workshop

At the second annual Architectural Ceramic Assemblies Workshop (ACAW), participants in the architectural industry explored the prototyping and assembly of terra cotta systems…

Architectural Ceramics Are Pushing The Boundaries in a Technological Age

This article, featured in RIBA Journal, finds Alexis Harrison of Arup, delving into the history of architectural ceramics as a beautiful and durable building material