An Teach Glas


High Performance Zero Carbon Passive House

Foundation Work Begins

March 2nd, 2014

Foundation Work Begins

House will be located behind the first line of trees.

PHPP Calculation

January 25th, 2014

Mosart are currently working on the preliminary PHPP to finalize wall, roof and floor build ups.
Timber frame and ordering windows can commence once preliminary PHPP is complete.

Planning Permission Granted

February 18th, 2012

Galway County Council has granted full planning permission for An Teach Glas noting it as an exemplar project with no clauses or restrictions.
Constructions Details are now being put together by Miles Sampson Architects.

Planning Submitted

August 27th, 2011

Planning has now been submitted by Miles Sampson Architects. Click on link “Proposed House Design” to the right of this page and read about the project which was compiled by Miles. Also check out the key Ecological Features of the design.

Sketch Design for Planning

July 16th, 2011

Photomontage View from the road of a traditional farm style house. This is the design chosen and will soon be submitted for planning permission.

An Teach Glas Sketch North Elevation

Miles Sampson Ecological Architect

July 10th, 2011

Miles Sampson Ecological Architects from Co. Clare is to design “An Teach Glas” Zero Carbon Passive House.

Zero Carbon Passive House – Choosing Site

July 1st, 2011

Welcome to the blog page of “An Teach Glas” a high performance Zero Carbon Passive House. This blog is being created for everybody to follow and understand the construction of a Zero Carbon Passive House using as much green and organic materials as possible. GreenTec Ecological Homes are the main contractors for the project, which is to be built in Craughwell, Co. Galway

GreenTec Ecological Homes Ltd –

At the moment we are in talks with planners about the site, which we are choosing.

Zero Carbon Passive House Site