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Each of these elements work together to ensure that a Passivhaus building will deliver a high quality internal environment that will support & enhance the health & well-being of the building’s occupants.. The warm surfaces, lack of draughts and comfortable temperatures during both winter & summer make Passivhaus buildings more comfortable than a standard building. Precise planning is required in order to ensure that these components work together to achieve the desired result. To ensure this we use the Passive House Planning Package (PHPP), a key design tool used when planning a passive house.

"Slievemoyle cottages have used the services of Hillen Architects for several building projects over a period of years and have been extremely happy with the outcomes. Barry has been receptive to our ideas and brought these together with his professional expertise to produce plans which meet our needs. The buildings produced have been practical, functional, aesthetically attractive and yet not expensive to build."
– Greer and Maureen Lowe

"We used Barry to design and oversee the build of our house in Newcastle. He overcame problematics planning issues, and had an excellent relationship with our builder than culminated in the completion of our property on time. Barry had a professional and imaginative approach to the build, which helped us through the design and build process."
– David and Anna Quin

"Barry's efficiency in obtaining our Planning Permission within a short timescale and with no objections or amendments required is further testimony to his excellent attention to detail and his expertise and professionalism. His willingness to assist and co-operate with Building Control officials and the Building Contractor involved in the building of our home removed a lot of potential pressure for us and provided us with full confidence that our project was managed to the highest of standards."
– Damian and Niamh McLaughlin