Building the Dream
George catches up with small space projects by young designers, including a 12-year-old's luxury party shed, and the newlyweds who ditched their honeymoon to make a campervan instead
George looks back at several ingenious builds done on a shoestring. Big things can be achieved with small sums - from a Tardis shed to a house built with absolutely zero budget.
George revisits projects that celebrate Britain's rich history and traditions, including bunkers from the second world war, a doghouse in Devon, and a cream tea business in a camper van
George looks back at several memorable off-grid projects, from a wooden yurt in a quarry to a medieval summerhouse, a Victorian shepherds hut, and a stunning VW campervan
George Clarke, Will Hardie and a special Amazing Spaces team take on a 600-year-old Welsh legend, attempting to build a house from scratch in less than a day. And it's raining.
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
A tailor fashions a work studio in his garden. An enterprising team build a cabin inside a crane 150 feet off the ground. And George visits a pod hotel in Tokyo.
George meets two artists in Gloucestershire converting a library van into a mobile home and studio. He also visits a wartime bunker being turned into a secret underground office.
A world class surfer in Cornwall builds a unique extension to his campervan, while a Pembrokeshire couple turn an Olympic artefact into an extra-terrestrial glamping pod
George meets a dad hoping to lure his kids off their gadgets by building a funky garden workshop. There's also an aspiring 14-year-old architect making a den out of a horsebox.
George meets Ellie, who's turned a double-decker bus into a luxury mobile home. There's also a multi-purpose super den in Suffolk with a roof terrace and a concealed pool table.
An airline buff bids to turn a jet cockpit into a summer house. And George visits a funky apartment in Tokyo that not only challenges the mind but may make residents live longer.
George travels over 5000 miles to explore the wonder of small space builds in Japan. In the Midlands, a father and daughter salvage a dilapidated tree house with a £300 budget.
The new series of ingenious and eccentric small space designs takes George to Japan, a canal boat conversion in Dudley, and a luxury camper in Yorkshire made from a cattle trailer