The Woolworth Building, designed by renowned architect, Cass Gilbert, held the record for the world’s tallest sky scrapper from its completion in 1913 until 1930.
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Making components such as the pier capitals on the facade of the old Delaware Court Building shows the combination of old and new techniques involved in making highly detailed ornamental pieces.
Along with the blocks of the historic facade on 36 Gramercy Park sits a series of gargoyles that are being restored. On site, the surveyors used photogrammetry to measure and scan much of the existing facade. This proved to be a successful test for future building analysis and documentation. The more complex and custom blocks (much […]
Shortly after the completion of the site survey things are off to a great start on the 36 Gramercy Park project here at Boston Valley. As samples come in, the team gets busy measuring, scanning and creating shop drawings for the new blocks that will adorn the complex facade of 36 Gramercy Park.
Boston Valley Terra Cotta begins work on the historic 36 Gramercy Park. 36 Gramercy Park is a unique residential building that overlooks New York’s most famous private park. Designed by James Reily Gordon and building between 1908 and 1910, 36 Gramercy Park features a hand crafted white glazed terra cotta facade that brightens the surrounding […]
Morphing Innovations Here at Boston Valley Terra Cotta we recently began a project to restore a series of building components for the Lady Meredith House. This historic house is part of McGill University’s campus in Montreal, Quebec. With a design in keeping with the Richardsonian Romanesque and an Olmsted & Eliot designed landscape, the building […]
SOURCE: UB school of Architecture and Planning BY: Rachel Teaman DATE: fall 2013 See the original article at B/a+p Magazine Department of Architecture Fuels Innovation through Industry Partnerships Boston Valley Terra Cotta, a leading manufacturer of architectural terra cotta, had long been considering a foray into digital tooling to streamline the age-old process of terra […]