GILNA ARCHITECTURE IS PASSIONATE ABOUT ARCHITECTURE.
I BELIEVE IN QUALITY DRIVEN DESIGN. I AM CLIENT FOCUSED.

Every site, client, brief and budget is unique and as such deserves a unique response. By listening to client needs I am able to interpret their needs, identify specific site opportunities and ultimately deliver designs which maximise space and light while at all times adhering to budget constraints. Specialising in low energy sustainable designs, passive houses and near zero energy homes, I can make your dream a reality.

Have a look at completed projects to see the range of award winning designs delivered.

With offices in Fumbally Exchange , I can draw on the talents of other specialists, engineers, cost consultants and landscape designers. This enables GILNA ARCHITECTURE to provide leading design knowledge through the entire design process including practice management, energy analysis, planning, contractual and construction expertise to bring your project to life.

I would love to hear from you – go to our contact page and I look forward to hearing from you .

GILNA ARCHITECTURE SPECIALISE IN

PASSIVE HOUSE DESIGN

As a certified passive house designer, this approach to energy efficiency in design has benefits to your house/ extension/ place of work in lowering your heating bills and more importantly creating a comfortable heathy environment. More and more Local authorities are adopting this as their de facto target and way of building.

LOW ENERGY BUILDINGS

nZEB ( near Zero Energy Buildings ) are set to become the standard across the EU from 2018 for commercial buildings and 2020 for all housing. The course I’m doing in Bolton Street DIT is the only one of its kind in Ireland and is preparing designers for the challenges of detailing buildings of the future.

HOUSE REFURBISHMENTS AND EXTENSIONS

We can discuss your project, to see how to get the best use out of the existing building and how to extend in a way that compliments the overall building, maximises natural light, and creates a better flow.

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