Restoration and Repair at Stollmeyers Castle, Trinidad and Tobago
May 14, 2015

Donald Insall Associates has expanded their portfolio of international work, having begun restoration and repair works to Stollmeyers Castle in Trinidad and Tobago. The mansion owned by The Office of the Prime Minister will be renovated to a Protocol House for visiting guests and dignitaries to the county. The stately residence built in 1904 to the designs of a Glasgow architect, Robert Gillies of the firm Taylor and Gillies, in the style of the Arts and Crafts Movement as interpreted in Glasgow at that time. Built by Charles Fourier Stollmeyer who arrived in Trinidad from Ulm, Germany, the castle is locally referred to as Stollmeyer’s Castle is in fact called Killarney.

Restoration and Repair at Stollmeyers Castle, Trinidad and Tobago