Amber Project


IES Research and Development

IES is involved in all levels of research with respect to sustainable and environmental design for spaces, buildings, neighbourhoods and cities. We currently invest over a quarter of our revenue into Research & Development and have a proven track record of working with industrial and academic partners on singular and collaborative research projects.

Trinity College Dublin

Trinity College Dublin is Ireland’s highest internationally ranked academic institution and their main role within the AMBER project is to deploy the environmental conditions of the buildings taking part in the study.&nbsp;<br>Furthermore, Trinity Collegeis responsible for producing best practice guidelines for the proper design and operation of A-rated buildings.

Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland

Founded in 1839, the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) supports and regulates the architectural profession and promotes the value that architecture brings to society for everyone’s benefit. The RIAI within the AMBER project will engage professional bodies, members and the public to identify suitable buildings to be part of this research project.

O Cualann Cohousing Alliance

O Cualann’s vision is that of integrated, cooperative homes at affordable prices in sustainable communities throughout Ireland. Within AMBER, O Cualann Cohousing Alliance will facilitate the in-depth analysis of A-rated domestic homes, by introducing us to willing domestic participants.

This project has received funding from the Research, Development and Demonstration Fund from the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI)

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