It is nice to be in the INNOVATION category, which we achieved when our Cork City Passive House, which exceeded nZEB, was awarded the first ever HPI Gold certification! A good HPI rating is not hard to get – all you need is the right; design team and ethos detailing materials people and suppliers […]
We would like to thank everyone who attended yesterday evening's latest Passive House Briefing at the Architecture Factory, Cork
International recognition with another feature – In Search of the Sun – in the beautiful aZero Publication, Spring 2018 edition. We have just received a copy of the beautiful Italian magazine aZero,
☺ we have just received notification that Wain Morehead Architects have been shortlisted for ‘The Green Professional Services Award‘! The winners will be announced on the 20th February 2018, so all our fingers are crossed till then! To read more about this competition please go to www.greenawards.ie or click HERE.
Our Cork City Passive House makes the headlines again with article in The Irish Times today!
If you didn’t get your copy of last Wednesday’s Evening Echo, you still have a chance to read the article on our Cork City Passive House here…
WMA are delighted that our Cork City Passive House is the first project to receive HPI Gold Certification
Wain Morehead Architects are delighted to now offer their web enabled NSAI Approved Thermal Modelling Service. WMA's new web enabled service allows users to upload their documentation, receive a quotation, and submit payment in a cost effective and timely manner.
Book you place now on www.phai.ie ! The wonderful owners of our A1 rated West Cork Certified Passive House, have again, this year, agreed to open their doors to a limited number of visitors for this years International Passive House Open Day. This is a unique opportunity to experience first hand, the exceptional comfort a Passive […]
We are proud to announce that our Cork City Passive House has been selected to be included in this year’s Cork Architectural Association’s architecture exhibition, “L’Architecture Quotidienne”