Built in the 1970s, Rochestown House was a cramped, cold and damp social housing block in Sallynoggin, Co Dublin that has now been completely transformed, thanks to a deep energy retrofit inspired by passive house principles. Can decades-old concrete flats be raised up to anything like the passive house standard? This was precisely the question
Late last Summer, work finished on architect Paul McNally’s latest super low energy project: a three story building in Tipperary that has just become Ireland’s first certified passive house pharmacy. Since 1927, the Quirke family has been running a pharmacy on the main street in Clonmel, Co Tipperary. The original building on their O’Connell Street
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