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Delaware/Virginia Project Nearly Complete, Just Three Units Remain

SOURCE: Buffalo Rising BY: Brett DeNeve DATE: 11.14.13 See the original article at Buffalo Rising Delaware/Virginia Project Nearly Complete, Just Three Units Remain With its minimalistic design and earthly Boston Valley Terra Cotta tones blending the building into the landscape, Scott Croce’s multi-use complex on the corner of Delaware Avenue and Virginia Street is nearing […]

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Acadia Workshop Attendees Explore Boston Valley’s Manufacturing Processes

Utilizing Rhino and Grasshopper software, architecture professors and students designed their own terra cotta unit, several of which were routed out of foam on the 5-axis CNC machine. On October 22nd and 23rd, Boston Valley Terra Cotta interns Andy Pries and Peter Schmidt hosted a workshop at Boston Valley as part of the Acadia 2013 […]

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Why You Should #ConsiderTerraCotta

Watch the Boston Valley Terra Cotta story to learn more about our history, our products, and our processes. Plan your visit to our factory to see for yourself & see why you should #ConsiderTerraCotta.   Do you have a project for which you would like to consider terra cotta? Boston Valley Terra Cotta encourages you […]

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Historic Architecture Improved With New Technology

SOURCE: Innovation Trail BY: Ashley Hassett DATE: August 19, 2013 See the original article at Innovation Trail Historic architecture improved with new technology A western New York business is creating terra cotta architectural features with the help of the latest technology. The objects are an important element in restoring and maintaining historic buildings, and building […]

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3-D digital carving: A new tool for an ancient art

SOURCE: University at Buffalo: News Center BY: Charlotte Hsu DATE: July 23, 2013 See the original article at University at Buffalo: News Center 3-D digital carving: A new tool for an ancient art With UB’s help, Boston Valley Terra Cotta is employing an arsenal of digital tools in terra cotta restoration, increasing the firm’s competitiveness […]

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Fallen Angels Rescued Parametrically

SOURCE: Architect’s Newspaper Blog BY: Emily Hooper DATE: July 12, 2013 See the original article at Architect’s Newspaper Fabrikator Blog (expired link) Fallen Angels Rescued Parametrically. Classically trained sculptors breath new life into four 20-foot angels with the help of Rhino. When Old Structures Engineering engaged Boston Valley Terra Cotta in the restoration of the […]

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Partnership with UB brings high-tech tools to terra cotta firm

SOURCE: The Buffalo News BY: Stephen Watson DATE: May 19, 2013 See the original article at The Buffalo News (expired link) Partnership with UB brings high-tech tools to terra cotta firm The type of historic terra cotta restoration performed by artisans at Boston Valley Terra Cotta is painstaking, time-consuming craftsmanship, and the work has been […]