Boston Valley CEO, John Krouse will be honored at the Historic Districts Council’s annual Landmarks Lion Award ceremony celebrating the preservation of architectural terra cotta in NYC.
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The 628,000-sq-ft eight-story Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences has been awarded the Engineering News-Record’s New York Best Projects Higher Education/Research Award of Merit for 2018. The new medical school was designed and built from the ground up to meet LEED Gold requirements.
Ceramic Artist, Anne Currier will be showing a range of sculptures for a solo exhibition at The Burchfield Penney Art Center entitled, Display, opening October 12.
The Facade Tectonics Institute is keen to catalyze more such industry-academia collaborations, and commends Boston Valley Terra Cotta and the University of Buffalo for their leadership in this area and providing an exemplary model for such collaborative efforts.
To coincide with the upcoming ZAK World of Façades Conference on October 2, we have developed this tour of terra cotta buildings in London that are Boston Valley projects. Take a stroll and check out some of Boston Valley’s work throughout the city.