Business Description

We are a friendly, contemporary architecture practice where sustainability is central to our design process. We love helping clients on the way to having a beautiful, practical, sustainable home, or fruitful development, which brings joy to everyday life.

Our approach reflects director George Morgan’s 15 years experience at leading design-led architectural practices, and our central ethos of sustainability. George is a Certified Passivhaus Designer, and our work also considers the embodied impacts of construction, transport and the social impact of design.

Bow House

A clever design unlocks this east London infill site as a site for a new family house. The design reflects characteristic features of the conservation area like the butterfly roof and round-headed arches in a contemporary way.


Fishguard Retrofit

One Point Five Architecture’s proposals for the refurbishment of this Grade II listed house in Fishguard, Pembrokeshire remove and remodel a series of unsympathetic extensions to open up the interior and exterior to views of the Pembrokeshire coast. Heating energy has been modeled to be slashed by 68% while protecting the building fabric and occupants’ health.


Hertfordshire Passivhaus

This new build Passivhaus uses straw insulation and timber cladding reclaimed from existing outbuildings on the site. It sits lightly on its site on concrete-free foundations.

George Morgan RIBA
Architect Director