The green wall planters were manufactured by Boston Valley (see posts about the project) and the jury praised the project for innovation in both digital design and sustainability.
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Boston Valley Terra Cotta has been working with Michael K Chen Architecture on a reconstructed landmarked 1870’s townhouse in New York City.
The NYC Townhouse planters, developed for Michael Chen Architecture, are in full production.
Just after the holidays, manufacture of the mock-up for the custom terra cotta rain screen system, designed by Michael K Chen Architecture for the NYC Townhouse, was laid out on the floor of Boston Valley’s warehouse.
Boston Valley’s production team has completed the prototype “Green Wall” planter unit for the NYC Townhouse project by Michael Chen Architecture. The glazed and fired unit provides the first look at a finished piece of this wall that has been reviewed and modified in our ARCH Design Lab for several months. The finish is a three-part glaze that […]
The green wall planter units for the NYC Townhouse project by Michael Chen Architecture are starting to take shape on the shop floor here at Boston Valley. Molds have been created, the prototype units have been poured and several have been released from the mold. As you can see from the images below, the cast […]
Now that the shapes have been finalized, Boston Valley’s Model and Mold shop is moving forward with testing production methods for the NYC Townhouse Green Wall Planters by Michael Chen Architecture. The digital model image below shows the planter unit model in white and part of the mold in blue. These units will be milled on […]