George Clarke's Amazing Spaces
About the Show
George Clarke explores the extraordinary world of small builds, where people turn tiny spaces into the most incredible places to live, work and play. He even tries making a few of his own.
Series 3 Summary
Architect George Clarke helps imaginations run wild as once again he celebrates the extraordinary world of small spaces and unique builds
Episode 1 - A Fairytale Hideaway and Teardrop Trailer
George meets Olly and Tamsin in Bolton, who want to create a fairytale wooden hideaway at the bottom of their garden. And in Kent, Barry and Deleck seek to recreate a classic Teardrop trailer.
Episode 2 - Airstream Caravan and All Weather Camping
George meets a couple risking their life savings on making a family home out of an old Airstream caravan, while his ambitious plans for a multipurpose garden building get a reality check
Episode 3 - Pod Hotel, Glamping and Garden Home
This episode features a double decker coach turned into a Japanese-style pod hotel, a Texan building made of rubbish, and the man who built his daughter a home in his back garden for £12k
Episode 4 - Basement Casino, Shop and East End Conversion
George meets a Manchester couple who decided to spend their nest egg on building an underground casino in a hidden basement in their home. And there's also a woman who built her own shop.
Episode 5 - Campervan, Glamping and House of Mud
George meets a couple who love VW campervans so much they have given up their jobs and sold their home in order to completely drop out of the rat race. Plus, a family building a home from mud.
Episode 6 - Narrow Boat, Cream Tea Campervan and 50s Trailer
George meets two brothers who can't afford to get on the property ladder and plan to transform a fire-damaged narrow boat into a luxury bachelor pad
Episode 7 - George's Garden Build Unveiled
In the last episode of the series George's garden build is finally revealed and it's time to see if he's transformed his unloved narrow strip of back garden into a magical and creative family space