Tag Archive for: Buffalo Architecture

Guaranty Building, Buffalo, NY, Terra Cotta Architecture restoration, Louis Sullivan

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.

#TerraCottaBuffalo Architecture Tour

Current residents and visitors can appreciate the architectural menagerie that is the City of Buffalo by walking, biking, or driving around the different regions of the area.
250 Delaware Avenue, architectural restoration, Terraclad sunshade

250 Delaware Avenue Showcases The Traditional & Modern Use of Architectural Terracotta

In early 2014 Boston Valley Terra Cotta was put under contract to supply the terra cotta cladding materials for the new 12 story mixed-used building planned for the existing Delaware Court building site.
Allendale Theater, Theatre of Youth, Buffalo NY, TOY, Boston Valley Terra Cotta, Terra Cotta Masonry, Allentown, Western New York

Buffalo, NY’s Historic Allendale Theater Undergoes Architectural Restoration

In the heart of Buffalo's historic Allentown neighborhood, the Allendale Theater remains a cornerstone of the thriving artistic culture of the area.

Terra Cotta Mailboxes Make a Statement in UB Hayes Hall

An opening reception in the atrium of Hayes Hall marked the completion of the terra cotta mailboxes designed by student Nicholas Traverse and architecture faculty members Erkin Özay and Gregory Delaney.

Winning Design for UB Hayes Hall Mailboxes are in Production at Boston Valley

The student and faculty designed mailboxes for Hayes Hall, home to the University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning, are currently in production at Boston Valley Terra Cotta.

105,000 Square Feet of Terra Cotta Panels are Being Installed on UB’s New Medical School Building

“HOK contacted us during the conceptual design stage,” explained International Sales Manager at Boston Valley Terra Cotta, which won the bid to manufacture the panels over two German firms.