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Preservation Award Winner: Roycroft Campus Master Plan & Roycroft Powerhouse

SOURCE: Buffalo Rising DATE: May 8, 2012 See the original article at Buffalo Rising (expired link) Preservation Award Winner: Roycroft Campus Master Plan & Roycroft Powerhouse Preservation Buffalo Niagara is recognizing outstanding preservation projects and those contributing to preservation efforts at its annual awards ceremony May 30, 11:30 AM in the Statler’s Golden Ballroom. Award […]

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Construction Watch: McKinley High School

SOURCE: Buffalo Rising DATE: May 7, 2012 See the original article at Buffalo Rising (expired link) Boston Valley Terra Cotta was contracted to provide its TerraClad ceramic rain screen system for portions of the McKinley High School expansion’s exterior cladding. Construction Watch: McKinley High School A $50 million renovation and expansion of McKinley High School […]

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Italian Kiln Technology Meets Leading Architectural Design at BVTC

SOURCE: Ceramic Forum International DATE:Jan-Feb 2010 Italian Kiln Technology Meets Leading Architectural Design at BVTC Located in Orchard Park, NY, Boston Valley Pottery, Inc. was founded in 1889 and has been producing clay products for 120 years. Privately owned and operated, and doing business as Boston Valley Terra Cotta since 1981 the company has become […]

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Kroon Hall and Stoeckel Hall Among State’s “Most Intriguing Green Buildings for 2010”

SOURCE: Yale Office of Sustainability DATE: July 9, 2010 See the original article at Yale Office of Sustainability (expired link) Kroon Hall and Stoeckel Hall Among State’s “Most Intriguing Green Buildings for 2010” Exemplars of Yale University’s commitment to sustainability, Kroon Hall and Stoeckel Hall have been recognized as two of the most intriguing green […]

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In Harmony with History

SOURCE: Boston Globe BY: Robert Campbell DATE: November 6, 2011 See the original article at Boston Globe.com In Harmony with History Architecture isn’t only about important buildings, or about the highly publicized so-called “starchitects’’ who design them. Architecture is the art we all live in. For better or worse, it shapes our ordinary lives, our […]