George also travels over 5,000 miles exploring Japan. Part 4: Rare Caravan and a Dog House Conversion George meets Ali and Rich, who hope to salvage one of the rarest caravans made. Part 6: Helicopter and Rare Campervan In Lincolnshire, a couple are adding a dance floor to a rare campervan, while a small Stirlingshire business converts a Sea King helicopter into luxury overnight accommodation Part 7: Glass Lodge and a Doggie Campervan George meets a Dorset couple building a room with great views over Chesil Beach. In Japan, George visits a town that recycles 80% of all waste, including a pub where everything is recycled, from the windows to the beer itself. Sometimes, the most incredible spaces are made with materials destined for the scrap yard. With no plans, no budget and just 'brute force and ignorance' - Reuben's audacious idea to create a unique chill out space for his family, including a self-supporting dome roof and a circular carp pond, could be the most incredible Amazing Space ever. 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.
He also unveils his futuristic rotating home at Pinewood. There's also a doggie campervan, and a remote lodge made almost entirely of glass in New Zealand. Architect George Clarke returns for a seventh series. In Pembrokeshire, Martin and Carol-Anne have an out-of-this-world scheme to turn a dome used to house an electricity generator at the London Olympics into an extra-terrestrial glamping pod in the garden. George Clarkes — Amazing Spaces : Series 7 New series. In this 24 hour special, George Clarke takes on the 600-year-old legend of the Ty Unnos - a piece of Welsh folklore that claims that if you can build a house with four walls, a roof, and have a fire burning in your hearth in less than a day, then that house and the ground beneath it is yours.
In Derbyshire, aspiring 14-year-old architect Fran wants to create her own hangout den in an old horsebox - using birthday money and savings. Every corner of the space, including the echo chamber and lunar landscape floor is designed to challenge the mind, the body and hopefully extend your life. Soon enough, George and the team find themselves soaking wet, in the pitch dark, with a monumental build to complete by sunrise. They set about figuring out a way to bring George's impossible childhood fantasy to life using the most unlikely of vegetables. From abandoned sewage works and subterranean air raid shelters, even cockpits of commercial airplanes and cattle trucks, the series shows how a bit of vision and innovative design can transform even the most unusual space into a thing of beauty.
George travels by husky sled to a tree house in a forest that can withstand nine tonnes of snowfall and gale force winds. George recruits Will Hardie and a crack team of highly skilled former Amazing Spaces builders. Also, Steve and Marie have found a bunker from World War Two under their garden and are turning it into an office, with an ingenious motorised lift to bring light into the space. And in New Zealand he visits Waiheke to see a modernist tent. Part 1: Treehouse, Army Truck and a Decadent Bath George meets a couple turning an old army truck into a mobile holiday home and visits a luxury treehouse in Dorset with a sauna, spiral staircase and even a slide Part 2: Mobile Home and Garden Pub George meets Sam, a man with spinal muscular atrophy who is designing an accessible mobile home. And work continues on his rotating house project.
George meets Dai Saunders, who has a plan to lure his kids away from their gadgets and mobile devices by getting them to help build a spectacular, camouflaged crafting workshop at the end of the garden. In Tokyo, one of the most densely populated cities in the world, George visits a tiny house that's actually pretty big. And in Devon, Nick wants to build a garden studio for his mother-in-law out of a dog house. George Clarke is back with the show that celebrates ingenious and eccentric small builds in all their forms. In Gloucestershire, two young artists are converting an old district library van into a mobile home and art studio. On the coast of western Japan, George visits an earthquake-resistant house made from glass. He also unveils his futuristic rotating home at Pinewood.
He also visits a traditional bath house. You can withdraw your consent at any time. The boys meet members of the local Sami community, to see the moveable home that has kept members of their community safe for hundreds of years. George's journey through Japan continues and he visits a multi-coloured apartment in Tokyo. In Bristol, an enterprising team are building a cabin in a crane 150 feet off the ground, to raise money for Friends of the Earth. There's a disused oil silo turned into a circular home; a geodesic aluminium dome; and an epic family home in the mountains. However, the two have never met, neither of them have even seen the cockpit and Vince isn't even sure if It'll fit in his garden.
Part 5: Jet, Scorebox and Treehouse George meets a teacher building a classroom in a salvaged jet and a Devon couple turning a cricket scorebox into a garden hang out. This week features a breathtaking chapel made of intertwining concrete ribbons, where bride and groom tie the knot in the heavens. George Clarke's Amazing Spaces season 7 episode 9 Amazing Spaces Snow and Ice Special George and Will Hardie head for Norway, a country with some of the harshest weather on Earth, visiting ingenious builds including a snow hotel, an epic mountain home and a geodesic aluminium dome Search on popular sources:. George Clarke explores the extraordinary world of small builds, where people turn tiny spaces into the most incredible places to live, work and play. Architect George Clarke and master craftsman Will Hardie travel to Norway, to discover how a country with some of the harshest weather on the planet has become a leader in small space design.