Tag Archive for: Orange County Museum of Art

The Orange County Museum of Art exterior at sunset shows off the curved design

The Architect’s Newspaper reviews the OCMA’s unique curved façade

The Architect's Newspaper weighs in on the new Orange County Museum of Art design and its spatial relationships – the open-air quality of the plaza and interior, and how the museum interacts with its surroundings.
Curved facade, terra cotta rainscreen, TerraClad, OCMA, Orange County Museum of Art

Highly anticipated opening of the Orange County Museum of Art, October 2022

After more than a decade of development and construction, the long-awaited Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA) opened to the public last Saturday.

Watch the ACAW 2022 Opening Keynote, “Orange County Art Museum, From ACAW to Reality”

The 2022 ACAWorkshop kicked off on Monday, August 15th with a live-only opening keynote from Stan Su (Technical Director – RIOS) and Erik Verboon (Principal | Director of Enclosure Engineering – Walter P Moore).
The curved terra cotta facade on the new OCMA building was designed by Morphosis and fabricated by Boston Valley

Curved façade takes shape at the new Orange County Museum of Art

Work on the new Orange County Museum of Art in Costa Mesa, CA…
A detailed 3D rendering of the Orange County Museum of Art, designed by Morphosis

John Krouse Presents ‘Terra Cotta: The Age-Old Material for 21st Century Architecture’ at Seattle Conference

CEO John Krouse will be discussing how architectural terra cotta can be manipulated to meet the demands of complex buildings due to its flexibility and eco-friendly nature.
Sample pieces of the TerraClad® Rainscreen made by Boston Valley for the Morphosis Architects designed Orange County Museum of Art

Boston Valley’s work on the Morphosis designed Orange County Museum of Art featured in The Architect’s Newspaper

Boston Valley Terra Cotta is working closely with Morphosis Architects to manufacture a custom TerraClad® façade for The Orange County Museum of Art, highlighted in a recent article by The Architect's Newspaper.