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Carleton Villa owner Ron Clapp Selects Aubertine and Currier for the Renovation of Historic Villa on Carleton Island, Cape Vincent, NY.

August 21, 2023

Mr. Clapp's decision to collaborate with Aubertine and Currier Architects is a testament to the firm's exceptional track record in preserving and restoring historic landmarks. With a portfolio that includes the opportunity to complete several projects for the historic Boldt Castle located on Heart Island in Alexandria Bay, NY, and Brian Jones, when working for Grater Architects, provided architectural design services for Singer Castle located on Dark Island on the St. Lawrence Seaway in the Thousand Islands. Aubertine and Currier Architects have proven their expertise and dedication to conserving the architectural heritage of this unique region.

"We are thrilled to partner with Aubertine and Currier Architects for the meticulous restoration of Carleton Villa," said Ron Clapp, owner of the historic property. "Their extensive experience in revitalizing historic buildings, coupled with their local knowledge, make them the perfect fit for this project."

Aubertine and Currier's previous projects have garnered acclaim for their ability to blend modern engineering with timeless architectural design, breathing new life into structures while preserving their historical significance. Their successful restoration projects of Boldt Castle and Singer Castle exemplify their commitment to maintaining the integrity of historic landmarks while enhancing their functionality and beauty.

"We are honored to be entrusted with the restoration of the Carleton Villa, "said Brian Jones, Lead Architect at Aubertine and Currier. "Our team is excited to draw on our experience in working with unique historical properties within the Thousand Islands to ensure that Carleton Villa continues to captivate and inspire for generations to come."

For more information, please click the following link. Carleton Villa owner selects Aubertine and Currier architects for his vision | Community Notes |

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