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Boston Valley Terra Cotta Inspires UB Architecture Students

Students from the University at Buffalo School of Architecture worked on a semester-long studio project wherein they explored the use of terra cotta as a building material. The goal of the studio was to erect semi-permanent towers in the quad behind the Architecture building on campus by the end of the semester. Students were encouraged […]


Delaware/Virginia Project Nearly Complete, Just Three Units Remain

SOURCE: Buffalo Rising BY: Brett DeNeve DATE: 11.14.13 See the original article at Buffalo Rising Delaware/Virginia Project Nearly Complete, Just Three Units Remain With its minimalistic design and earthly Boston Valley Terra Cotta tones blending the building into the landscape, Scott Croce’s multi-use complex on the corner of Delaware Avenue and Virginia Street is nearing […]


Boston Valley Terra Cotta: The Story

SOURCE: Buffalo Rising BY: STEELE DATE: 11.13.13 See the original article at Buffalo Rising Boston Valley Terra Cotta: The Story I am currently designing a project for which we are planning to use a terra cotta rain screen cladding system. It is a system that is durable that can be energy-efficient and quite attractive. For […]


Acadia Workshop Attendees Explore Boston Valley’s Manufacturing Processes

Utilizing Rhino and Grasshopper software, architecture professors and students designed their own terra cotta unit, several of which were routed out of foam on the 5-axis CNC machine. On October 22nd and 23rd, Boston Valley Terra Cotta interns Andy Pries and Peter Schmidt hosted a workshop at Boston Valley as part of the Acadia 2013 […]


Boston Valley Carries On the Legacy of Raphael Guastavino During APT Workshop in NYC

Boston Valley Terra Cotta donated tile for a Guastavino vault that was constructed as part of a workshop during the APT NYC conference that happened October, Oct. 11-15th. Participants had the opportunity to construct a variety of simple Guastavino vaults. Guastavino tile is the “Tile Arch System” patented in the United States in 1885 by […]


1200 17th Street Features Boston Valley Terra Cotta’s New TerraPreCast Panels

1200 17th street is one of the first projects by Boston Valley Terra Cotta to feature our new TerraPreCast line of architectural terra cotta panels. Produced in collaboration with Modern Mosaic, a precast concrete facility located in Niagara Falls, Canada, these panels are embedded in concrete and then attached to the building in large segments. […]