Having also won the Cabin and Summerhouse Category in episode one, winner Ben said: 'When we started the project we never could have dreamed we'd be here now. The new mini-estate will be created in Manchester. The Mushroom House, which is the 10th anniversary winner of the annual shed event, beat stiff competition following a record-breaking 2,963 entries and 26,571 public votes. Architect George Clarke shows how such big dreams can be achieved in small and affordable places. There's a gypsy tattoo artist who swapped his truck for an old railway carriage, which he hopes to turn into a home for only £7000. We've already made so many lovely memories in our shed, and now have so many more from the competition! Is George Clarke's Amazing Spaces worth watching? But will it all go according to plan? Home and Beach Hut Nov 21, 2013 6 Citroen Van, Railway Station and Double Decker Nov 28, 2013 7 Mobile Cinema, Caravan and Shipping Container Dec 5, 2013 8 George's Tree House and Garden Shed Pub Dec 12, 2013 9 George Clarke's Amazing Christmas Spaces Dec 19, 2013 Name Air Dates 1 Bus, Horsebox And Loo Oct 23, 2012 2 Bolt-hole, Shipping Containers and a Caravan Oct 30, 2012 3 Modules, Beach Hut And Gypsy Caravans Nov 6, 2012 4 Caravan, Tree Tent And Tube Carriages Nov 13, 2012 5 Beach Hut, Showman's Carriage and War Vehicle Nov 20, 2012 6 Barge, Container And Caravan Nov 27, 2012 7 Amazing Spaces at Christmas Dec 20, 2012.
Others are building tiny huts or incredible treehouses in the middle of the woods. This little shed sanctuary is extremely small roughly 2m square , but can house up to 22 sick hedgehogs. When will be George Clarke's Amazing Spaces next episode air date? And it's all hands on deck at the big build, when the team faces the nail-biting challenge of bringing the reconditioned Ford Transit chassis and new expandable living pod together for the very first time. The public can come inside to learn all about policing during World War Two and to see the equipment, posters and paperwork relevant to policing during that period. Ben built Mushroom House after his 12-year-old daughter handed him £500 of her own money to create a magical hang-out space in the shape of a mushroom. His shed was definitely a worthy winner for the competition's landmark year. We must also get rid of the stigma sometimes associated with council housing.
Did you miss an episode of George Clarke's Amazing Spaces but don't you wan't that to happen in the future? Perfect for a treetop sleepover or afternoon tea party, Mushroom House is full of quirky touches, including its own trap door, a hidden treat shelf and glass floor overlooking a stream at the bottom of the garden. The hideaway has pretty much everything including a , PlayStation, drum kit and band practice area. The building has completely gone. There were so many innovative and amazing sheds in the running, and we're absolutely thrilled to have been crowned Shed of the Year 2017! George delves into the extraordinary world of small builds to meet the highly creative people who are taking tiny, unpromising spaces and creating the most incredible places to live and work and play. We have 144 episodes of George Clarke's Amazing Spaces in our archive.
In a matter of minutes what were once people's homes were little more than a charred wreck as the building was gutted by fire. Celeste Thomas, who lives nearby the block on the Lancaster West Estate in North Kensington described how she could hear the building cracking and debris falling. State-owned housing became popular after the passing of the Housing Act 1919, which prompted the widespread building of socially-funded new homes following the First World War. Based in the Ardgour, which is known for its abundance of local wildlife and incredible dark skies, this shed is the perfect escape from the modern world. Once through the trap door of this winning shed, you enter a vintage inspired living area fit with stained glass windows, a glass floor to see the river below, a glass roof to see the stars, and a balcony. George delves into the extraordinary world of small builds to meet the highly creative people who are taking tiny, unpromising spaces and creating the most incredible places to live and work and play.
There are homes made out of shipping containers, horseboxes, and old buses. There are homes made out of shipping containers, horseboxes, and old buses. There are some really simple ways to recreate these looks in your own garden and we hope the competition will inspire the nation to make the most of their outdoor space. Is George Clarke's Amazing Spaces renewed or cancelled? For many the dream of having a bolt hole or a place to escape from their hectic lives can seem unobtainable. He even tries making a few of his own. Features include a muster bay for firefighting uniforms, watch room, two workshops, fireman's pole, seating bay and mess room. Others flashed torches or used the light from their mobile phones to guide firefighters who had come to rescue them.
The penultimate leg of George's tour of innovative Spanish architecture takes him to the sun-baked South East, where a cutting edge cantilever house has to be seen to be believed. Architect George Clarke shows how such bi. The blaze spread at a terrifying rate, with the flames starting on one side of the 27-storey before moving round the building. A lot of debris falling down. Other residents brought clothes and shoes for people who had only the pyjamas they were wearing when they were evacuated. Jody Martin said he got to the scene just as the first fire engine was arriving at Grenfell Tower, in Latimer Road. I'm 100 metres away and I'm absolutely covered in ash.
George Clarke, who presents Amazing Spaces on Channel 4, told Radio 5 live how at first he thought the noise was just a car alarm going off. Mushroom House has won the coveted Cuprinol Shed of the Year competition 2017. But under some rugs is a secret entrance to an underground bunker, also known as a man cave. Others are building tiny huts or incredible treehouses in the middle of the woods. Another witness, called Reo, watched the blaze unfold from his kitchen window. Millions of Brits across the nation tuned in to watch announce the winner during the final episode of Channel 4's Amazing Spaces Shed of the Year — and it was Ben Swanborough's hand-built treehouse that took the final prize.
Please set an alarm and add George Clarke's Amazing Spaces to your favourites, so we can remind you by email when there's a new episode available to watch. George meets a man who bought the wreck of a £20 million private jet for just £4000 and plans to transform it into the ultimate crash pad. The scene was one of devastation with debris still falling hours after the fire took hold. The first episode of George Clarke's Amazing Spaces was broadcast in April, 2019. George also takes a trip to Warrington to meet inspirational businessman Phil, who's spent thousands out of his own pocket transforming an old fly-tipping site into a stunning nature reserve, and now wants to build a community classroom so local schools can enjoy the site.
George plans a woodland retreat for less than the price of a family holiday and visits a breathtaking property in Italy. . George Clarke explores the extraordinary world of small builds, where people turn tiny spaces into the most incredible places to live, work and play. Where to countdown George Clarke's Amazing Spaces air dates? The Amazing Spaces presenter and architect, who grew up on a council estate in Washington, will explore the latest in aspirational design and building methods while helping create part of a mini-estate of 30 new homes for a new three-part Channel 4 programme. Cuprinol Following a tense and lengthy deliberation between the show's judges — competition founder, Uncle Wilco Andrew Wilcox , George Clarke, and the Amazing Spaces team William Hardie, Laura Clark and — a distinct favourite emerged. George travels to Yorkshire, to meet twenty-somethings Jasmine and Rupert, who plan to convert an old German fire truck into a cabin on wheels to take around Europe, satisfying what they call 'a quarter-life crisis'. .