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Membership of the Passivhaus Trust is open to anyone and does not necessarily imply achievement of the Passivhaus standard for buildings or components, or attainment of Passivhaus-related qualifications. Members of the Passivhaus Trust listed include architects, consultants, contractors, manufacturers and other industry professionals, as well as individuals, who support the work of the Trust in promoting the Standard in the UK.

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Dales (Contracts) Ltd

Barnoldswick, Lancashire,

We are part of a locally based group of three companies including Dales Contracts Ltd (Building Contractors) and EcoDesign Architecture Ltd, all specialising in ecological construction and design, building to Passivhaus and the AECB Silver Standards.We are also Electrical, Plumbing & Heating Contractors and specialise in installing Solar Photovoltaic (PV, electrical generation), Solar Thermal (Hot Water) and Biomass (Wood) heating systems using Logs, Wood Chip and Wood Pellets as fuel. We also supply high quality British made wood pellets.We also have our own joinery work shop where we manufacture a range of triple glazed windows & doors, with a highly insulated frame all manufactured in timber, with the option of softwood or hardwood construction and different locking systems. The glazing being low E and argon filled making for one of the lowest U value windows and doors on the market. If you are building a new property or renovating your home then these may be just what you are looking for.

Website: http://www.dalesrenewables.co.uk

David Bryan

Hereford

David Cameron

Perth

David Daniels

Norfolk

David Edwards: Architectural & Energy Services

London

David is a freelance architectural consultant and researcher based in London. He studied architecture at Centre for Alternative Technology and is a Certified Passivhaus Consultant. He has experience in architectural practice across a number of sectors and provides consultancy in energy modelling using PHPP and thermal bridge analysis. He collaborated with Good Architecture on the 2012 BRE UK Passivhaus Competition (awarded runner-up) and has been a guest tutor at UCL and UEL in London. David is developer of "designPH" for the Passive House Institute; a plugin for Trimble SketchUp that will provide a 3D visual interface to PHPP. This was first presented to the 17th International Passivhaus Conference at Frankfurt in April 2013.

David Stewart

Manchester

DBM

Exeter

Dempsey Decourcy Architects

Ross on Wye

Denhof Design

London

Website: http://www.denhof-design.com

Derrie O'Sullivan Architects

Huddersfield

The Passivhaus approach to building design offers a tried and tested sustainable strategy which is meaningful because it is measurable in its use of energy and has no equal in our temperate climate. The methodology employs a combination of super insulation, appropriate areas of superbly designed triple glazed windows and doors for optimum beneficial solar gain, air tight construction with a heat recovery ventilation system ( MVHR) to achieve a space heating consumption of less than 15kWh/m2yr: which is vastly superior in comparison to the current UK Buildings Regulations which is in the order of 120kWh/m2yr. Passivhaus is the most cost effective way to save our finite energy resources and offers a high quality of thermal comfort for the people who use and live in the buildings.

Design Engineering Workshop

Glasgow

Website: http://www.designengineeringworkshop.co.uk/

Design Forward UK

Cardiff

After graduating from Brighton University, Richard Kennedy started his career on the drawing board working for a large civil engineering consultancy. In 2004, he started his own company and by word of mouth grew his business to working with major timber frame and SIP companies all over the UK. Over the last 30 years and with each project, his goal has been to apply the wealth of knowledge from Germany, Sweden and Canada about the fabric first approach to building more efficiently, cost-effectively and sustainably. He takes a holistic approach, utilising modern materials and innovative techniques to create a balance between aesthetics, comfort, durability, energy efficiency and a healthy internal environment. His vision is that one day our homes will have identities just like us, and that they will be better tailored to our unique lives.

Website: http://www.designforwarduk.com/

DJK Architecture

Reading

DJKA is an RIBA chartered practice, with experience delivering residential new builds, extensions and commercial projects. Sustainability is at the heart of DJKA and aligns with the fabric first approach taken by Passivhaus. Many of our projects incorporate significantly enhanced insulation (beyond basic building regulations) and alternative heating technologies, to reduce their impact and running costs. DJKA’s founder, Daniel Kellett, helped detail the UK’s first Passivhaus care home.

Website: http://www.djka.co.uk

DLA Architecture

Leeds

DLA Design is an award winning architectural practice which embraces the creative energies of Architects, Interior Designers, Landscape Architects, Technologists and Graphic Designers to produce intelligent and inspirational building designs. DLA is founded upon the value that we attach to our clients, our projects and our people. We regard all our commissions as special and are committed to delivering architecture which is not only beautiful, but functional, and which achieves the highest standards of sustainable construction.

DS9 Design

Glasgow

DWA Architects

York

Website: http://www.dwa-architects.co.uk