George Clarke's Amazing Spaces - 28 January 2021 - 28/1/2021 - Thursday - Channel 4 - TV Everyday

George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces – 28 January 2021 – 28/1/2021 – Thursday – Channel 4

George meets a man who’s making a barn out of discarded windows and driftwood, and a novice builder who’s creating a retirement home in a minivan for her and her cat. (S10 Ep4) 

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In this series architect George Clarke explores the small and beautiful as he travels around Britain discovering unique builds. In each episode, Clarke visits properties where the owners have made the most of their spaces by incorporating ingenious design. Armed with a budget, the architect creates dream homes for households seeking expert help for their small spaces. At a time where cities are becoming overpopulated and housing is unaffordable, more and more people are sharing living quarters or are unable to move. Therefore Clarke shows homeowners how to adapt their home using modern techniques in order to meet their needs.

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1 Response

  1. David R says:

    It’s a bit rich to say that the riverside barn construction was based on a few old widows and driftwood from the river. A huge amount of the construction was a bought in machined new oak frame and new timber roof tiles: hence the substantial cost. Yes there was a lot of creative adaptation around this and hard work from the builder and his dad for which they deserve credit. It didn’t really give more than limited views of the river from a very constrained crouching mezzanine platform – I assume height restriction for planning were a factor but an easy solution would have been to incorporate an open deck cut into the roof which would at least have given the views George got standing on the roof of the original structure.

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