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Bridging Nature and Architecture: RIOS + Arup’s TerraClad® Assembly at ACAW 2023

RIOS + Arup's assembly system’s adaptability and sustainable design ensure a reduced environmental impact.
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The Restoration Legacy of Louis Sullivan’s Guaranty Building

The restoration of the Guaranty Building in the 1980s signified a resurgence in the terra cotta industry within the United States. Following the meticulous repair of the Guaranty Building façade, Boston Valley Terra Cotta embarked on an extensive array of terra cotta restoration projects, encompassing diverse scales and complexities.
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Brick meets terra cotta at Rice University’s Cannady Hall

The structural phase of Rice University’s William T. Cannady Hall was completed in August 2023. The 22,000 square foot building will be an addition to the Rice School of Architecture, located in Houston, TX.

OCMA Awarded in ENR California’s 2023 Best Projects Competition

The Orange County Museum of Art, designed by Morphosis, has been recognized by Engineering News-Record with a 2023 Best Projects regional award in the Cultural/Worship category.
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The Architect’s Newspaper Reports on ACAW 2023

Included in the coverage of the 2023 ACAWorkshop is an article by The Architect's Newspaper, reported on by program assistant Trevor Shillaci.
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Architectural Record Covers the 2023 ACAWorkshop

ACAW 2023 took place in Buffalo, NY from August 14-17th. At the public Symposium on Thursday, each team presented the results of their months-long prototype development. Matthew Marani with Architectural Record reported on the event.
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145 Perry Street Townhouse Showcases Red Terra Cotta Envelope

Construction is nearing completion on 145 Perry Street, a four-story private residence situated in Manhattan's West Village. The townhouse façades feature intricately woven red terra cotta bricks and TerraClad® panels.
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STOREYS reports on The Well: Could it be Toronto’s development of the decade?

The most recent update on The Well project in Toronto comes from STOREYS, an online platform for Canadian real estate news. The massive mixed-use development is still under construction, with completion tentatively scheduled for late November 2023.

Desert Bloom: Arch Products Editorial on the University of Arizona’s HSIB

Architectural Products magazine reports on the University of Arizona’s Health Science Innovation Building (HSIB), which stands tall amid the Southwestern desert landscape.
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The Well’s Concourse Partially Opens to Toronto Public

Urban Toronto reports on the progress of The Well development, Toronto's largest active construction site. The ambitious project is looking more and more complete, with the Galleria's canopied concourse now partially open and walkable to pedestrians.

Bloomberg CityLab shines a spotlight on the Fitzroy’s Art Deco terra cotta façade

“Look at That Building” is a weekly series by Bloomberg CityLab that explores everyday – and not-so-everyday – architecture in New York City. Their latest story featured the Fitzroy on 514 West 24th street, an Art Deco revival condo with an elaborate façade of green-glazed terra cotta.

Archinect features NYC’s One Madison and 1 Great Jones Alley by BKSK

Boston Valley has worked with BKSK before to rationalize and fabricate their distinctive façade designs, two of which appear in the article.

GB&D Magazine on ACAW, growing popularity of terra cotta in new build architecture

gb&d identifies some of the inherent benefits of architectural terra cotta as supported by examples of new builds from recent years, along with innovative contributions from the ACAWorkshop.

A Photographer’s Study of the Dade County Courthouse Restoration

The Dade County Courthouse is the first subject in the Historic Miami series by photographer Brandon Collura, which aims to document the city's early 20th century high-rise architecture.

Week-long series by Urban Toronto covers progress on The Well

The blog series covered the progress made on different areas of the massive multi-use campus, which spans across 7 different buildings.