McNiece House finally makes the Magazines!

McNiece House finally makes the Magazines!

Self Build magazine interview the owner, a Georgian House enthusiast.

We were influenced by Paris and London, I suppose it’s the Roman influences on architecture in general that inspired this project. The site was another important source of inspiration due to the 17 oak trees that have been there for 150 years. We wanted it to feel like this building had always stood there.

Passive House Plus - August 2018

Passive House Plus - August 2018

Summerisland in County Armagh is the expression of an idea that has taken shape over the years in the pages of this very magazine: the passive house as an ideal family dwelling. Situated on a rural site just west of Portadown, the plan was to, at once, resemble a traditional cluster of Irish farm buildings, while also offering a contemporary and light-filled living area – all while meeting stringent energy targets.

Perspective - May/June 2016

Perspective - May/June 2016

This Centre for Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technologies achieved its sustainability brief through adopting innovative design and construction principles to meet all three demanding standards of Passive House it acts as a demonstration building for the construction industry providing a sustainable, environmentally friendly, attractive and inspiring learning and working environment.