Four passive house projects pick up Net Zero Energy awards
A quartet of passive house projects picked up awards at the Towards Net Zero Energy Awards 2023.
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Passive House Association of Ireland chair Barry McCarron won the Housing Development award for retrofitting his bunglow in Ballinode, Co. Monaghan to the passive house classic stadard, and Mullarkey Pedersen Architects won the Public Building award for the passive house premium certified Erne Campus, South West College, Enniskillen.
Meanwhile two seasoned Cork-based passive house architects were highly commended for passive houses in the Housing Development category: Wain Morehead Architects for their passive house in the Cork suburb of Blackrock, and The Passivhaus Architecture Company for their Millfield passive house in Cork City. The McCarron and Wain Morehead Architects projects are both the subjects of substantial case studies in issue 46 of Passive House Plus.
Meehan Green and Hibernia REG won the Commercial Building award for 1 Cumberland Place, Dublin 2; Pascall + Watson won the Retrofit of a Building award for The Rubrics Building, Trinity College; DTA Architects won the Design Practice award; and Arup director and global climate & sustainability leader Paula Kirk won the Net Zero Champion award.
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