Terra Cotta Tour of London

Boston Valley Terra Cotta has been working alongside architects, building owners, and contractors to manufacture terra cotta facades for restorations and new construction for over 30 years. Our knowledge of terra cotta manufacturing has afforded us the opportunity to work on some exciting new projects across the pond. The completion of 30 Broadwick, Quadrant 4 and the Rathbone and Newman Passages, in London, England, highlight Boston Valley’s product emerging in the UK.

“A large portion of Britain’s Victorian and Edwardian building stock was constructed wholly or partially in terra cotta and faience. Almost every major city and provincial town now possesses some “pot” edifice: whether it be grandiose Flemish renaissance insurance company office or more modest eclectic Romanesque junior school or public house.”

– John Fidler, Featured in The Manufacture of Architectural Terracotta and Faience in the United Kingdom issue of the Bulletin of the Association for Preservation Technology, 1983

With a rich established history in traditional English architecture and a new demand for innovative terra cotta facades for new construction – Boston Valley will be continuing to expand our portfolio of projects in the UK. You can view some of our UK projects below and check out #TerraCottaUK on Instagram and Twitter for more.

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#TerraCottaUK Architectural Tour

To coincide with the upcoming ZAK World of Façades Conference on October 2, we have developed this tour of terra cotta buildings in London that are Boston Valley projects.  Take a stroll and check out some of Boston Valley's work throughout the city.

Construction Update: London's 48 Carey Street

48 Carey Street is a new build residential structure currently under construction in Holburn, London in the UK.

Restoring Quadrant 4's Art Deco Terra Cotta Facade

The recently completed Quadrant 4 building is part renovation and part new build— with updates made to the interior and exterior, the structure takes on a new identity.


Click on the images below to learn more about our completed new build and restoration projects in the UK.