Welcome to Eco Arc – RIBA Award Winning Passivhaus / Passive House Design Architects

Click on the images above to link to Passivhaus / Passive House, Public and Monastic case study projects.

Eco Arc Architects is an award winning RIBA chartered architects practice and environmental design consultancy committed to the ethos of Passive House / Passivhaus sustainable design, specialising in nearly zero energy buildings & ecological architecture.

Eco Arc Architects was established in 1986 to promote eco-logical arc-hitecture. We are “Certified Passivhaus / Passive House Designers” with over 30 years of experience as eco architects and passionate about nearly zero energy buildings. As Eco Architects we strive to design beautiful and healthy Passive House / Passivhaus projects built to the highest possible ecological low energy standards, which fit sensitively into their surroundings, whilst fully responding to the needs and aspirations of each individual client brief.

Passivhaus / Passive House design principles were developed to close the performance gap and provides an approach that is quality assured throughout, ensuring that Passivhaus / Passive House buildings really deliver reduced energy use, good indoor air quality and comfortable temperatures throughout the year with exceptionally low running costs.

As a medium sized eco architects practice we offer a personal service working on a diverse range of high quality new build, refurbishment and conservation projects in both the public and private sectors throughout England and Scotland.

If you are thinking of engaging an architect for a new eco design project of any kind, whether that is a new build nearly zero energy building, a Passive House / Passivhaus or a retrofit / renovation conservation project of an existing building, please do get in touch via the CONTACTS PAGE or give us a call on 01539 822822. We can take you through the design, planning and construction stages of creating a really beautiful and comfortable, low energy healthy building.


Click on the images above to link to the gallery of Passivhaus, Public Eco and Monastic projects.