Amazing Spaces Snow Special
George meets a couple who've invested their life savings to convert a wreck of a bus into a holiday let, and visits an old underground toilet that's been transformed into a stunning apartment
George meets a teacher creating a bolt-hole in the Lake District by following an increasingly popular trend in the UK of buying his own plot of countryside and doing the building himself
George heads to Scotland to meet Julie and George Nicholson who commission local designer Sam Booth to build a truly innovative prototype module holiday home
George meets Ruth Tidd, who is attempting to turn an old caravan that was once used as a home for chickens into an ice cream parlour
George meets a man who drunkenly bought a 1920s showman's carriage on eBay, but quickly sobered up when he saw the poor condition it was in
George visits a canal boat that's been revamped as the ultimate bachelor pad as he prepares to unveil his deluxe family caravan
George returns for a Christmas special, visiting Christmas-themed builds including a gingerbread house, an underground grotto decorated with shells, and a beach hut advent calendar
George meets a couple planning to transform a tiny 1960s ambulance into a campervan where the family of six can cook, eat and sleep
George visits an apartment inspired by a beehive, a cocktail bar made out of a dilapidated Land Rover and a real life UFO suspended in the trees at a tree hotel in a Swedish forest
George meets a carpenter hoping to turn a double decker bus into a holiday retreat, and a couple who have quit their jobs and thrown their life savings into designing a boat hotel
George meets a woman who wants to build a shop and mobile home out of an old horsebox, but she only has £500 to spend
George visits a futuristic living space at YO! Home, where the double bed rises up out of the floor and into the ceiling, and the kitchen and bathrooms are cleverly hidden from view
George is invited onboard a blinged-up double-decker bus that's been converted into a posh restaurant and bar. He meets a couple living in a railway station and sees their plans for the waiting room.
George catches up with designer Max McMurdo, who is making a classroom out of two rusting shipping containers. And there's also a garden office and a beauty emporium run from a rare 1947 caravan.
George prepares to unveil his own small-space project, an ambitious, accessible, multi-functional tree house within the Calvert Trust, an outward bound activities centre for families with disabilities
In this festive special, George visits a stalactite crystal grotto in Surrey and a small-spaces enthusiast who has rebuilt a Victorian flat-pack tin chapel in Shropshire
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.
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
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
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.
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.
George meets two brothers who can't afford to get on the property ladder and plan to transform a fire-damaged narrowboat into a luxury bachelor pad
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
George plans a woodland retreat for less than the price of a family holiday and visits a breathtaking property in Italy
George meets a man trying to build a UFO-styled house; a woman making a garden room using material including earth, straw and human hair; and visits a floating swimming pool in Italy
The Italian road trip takes in possibly the world's coolest fire station. DIY enthusiasts Ben and Michelle want to build a summer house using disused shipping pallets.
George meets newly-weds investing their life savings in a dilapidated yacht. His Italian road trip takes in a stunning tree house, and his wilderness lodge starts to take shape.
George visits a derelict Victorian railway signal box being turned into a garden summer house in Cumbria, a lakeside glass house in Italy, and a VW campervan conversion in Derby
George visits a flat-pack tin church. There's also a luxury converted chapel, ice carving in a Liverpool wonderland and a catch-up with some of George's best builds of the year.
George visits a floating pool in a converted barn in Italy. He meets a couple making a home from portable office cabins and a schoolteacher who found a pond under her garden decking.
George visits a spectacular tree house in Scotland, a Doctor Who-inspired shed in Macclesfield and a glass lodge in Italy's Dolomite mountains
A 70s fire engine is transformed into a mobile shop. Can a dilapidated pony trailer be made into a holiday retreat? And George and Will reveal their wilderness cabin in all its glory.
George visits a cliff top retreat, a unique garden pavilion, and starts work on his getaway beach hut
George meets a man building a campervan out of CDs and old vinyl records. There's also a single dad making a home on the water for him and his sons out of an oil rig escape pod.
George meets a young man looking on an internet dating site for a shipmate to help turn an old boat into a home. There's also a cricket-mad granddad building a mini pavilion in his garden.
George finds a hearse that's been made into a family campervan, with a pop-out kitchen in a coffin. There's also a floating book shop, and a Victorian bathing machine in Margate.
George visits a river barge conversion, an ingenious swimming pool restoration and a futuristic lakeside house in Germany
George meets a couple transforming their garden air-raid shelters. There's also 12-year-old Guinnie, who hopes to create the ultimate party shed, and some luxury beach houses.
George meets a couple so desperate to get on the housing ladder that they're making their own home out of scrap. And there's drama in the workshop with the beach hut project.
George and Will's floating beach hut goes to sea. There's also a festival campervan made from an American school bus and a family home in Germany built in an old grain silo.
In this special episode George Clarke joins forces with up-cycling expert Max McMurdo to learn all there is to know about building a floating home, from Docklands to Denmark
George looks back over some favourite projects from across five series, with some amazing tree houses from Scotland to Sweden and Tuscany to Northumberland
George looks back at some innovative and eccentric builds, from a tiny Italian tuk tuk campervan to an Airstream party pad and a trailer caravan clad in old CDs
George looks at how nature and architecture can work well together, from a mountain-top ski lodge to a hobbit house built for only £150
George looks back at some amazing back gardens, from a cliff-top stargazing retreat to the country's most multi-functional shed
George looks back at a wartime seaplane made into a bachelor pad, a writer's retreat in the shape of an egg and a Danish home floating on bottles
A second look at some incredible feats of engineering, from the scrap Learjet turned into a luxury garden studio to a mobile cinema and a Jeep made into a cocktail bar
George looks at some of his best builds by the sea, including a multifunctional beach hut in Bournemouth and a 21st-century update of a Victorian bathing machine in Margate
George looks back at some of the most ingenious Amazing Spaces builds, from a toilet converted into a luxury home to a tube carriage transformed into a stylish office
George meets a couple turning an old army truck into a mobile holiday home and visits a luxury tree house in Dorset with a sauna, spiral staircase and even a slide
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 Tabitha, who's building a new mobile juice bar out of a horsebox after her last one was stolen. And in New Zealand he visits Waiheke to see a modernist tent.
George meets Ali and Rich, who hope to salvage one of the rarest caravans made. And in Devon, Nick wants to build a garden studio for his mother-in-law out of a dog house.
George meets a teacher building a classroom in a salvaged jet and a Devon couple turning a cricket scorebox into a garden hang out. There's also a steel tree house in New Zealand.
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
George meets a Dorset couple building a room with great views over Chesil Beach. There's also a doggie campervan, and a remote lodge made almost entirely of glass in New Zealand.
George meets a Cornish couple turning the country's most expensive public loo into a luxury cliff-top holiday home. He also unveils his futuristic rotating home at Pinewood.
George and Will Hardie help Jan Fursier bring to life her dad's dream for a caravan, taken from plans found in his secret wartime diaries during his time as a Japanese prisoner of war
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
This 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
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.
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 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.
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.
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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 revisits some amazing European builds, from an epic mountain-top retreat in the Italian Alps to a floating home in Denmark and, in Barcelona, the smallest city home he's ever seen
This tree house special features a treetop spot in Tuscany with a romantic view, a tree hotel in Sweden shaped like a UFO, and a tree house designed in the style of a mirrored cube
George and Will visit a secret ski lodge disguised as a boulder, a tree house that looks like a giant acorn, and a mountain-top restaurant resembling a spaceship
George visits a cattle carriage made into a luxury holiday pad. There's a retro caravanette in east London and a picture-perfect home in southern Andalucía.
In Cornwall, Rebecca and Damian are trading in their house for an American trailer known as a Silver Streak. And in Torquay, George meets inspirational ex-cabbie Caroline.
A teenager in Lancashire turns a derelict narrow boat into a holiday home for the family. In Warwickshire, could a greasy burger van be the answer to a bride-to-be's prayers?
In West Sussex young couple Becky and Joe plan to build their first home together: a tiny house on an old trailer, enabling them to live debt-free
The ingenious builds this time include a gin bar made from a rail wagon, a narrowboat conversion, and an epic cathedral near Madrid, hand built over 50 years by one man
George meets car nut Mark from Coventry, who's planning to build a camping trailer from an old Saab, and Busola who's making a mobile classroom out of a double-decker bus
George travels to Yorkshire to meet Jasmine and Rupert, who plan to convert an old German fire truck into a cabin on wheels to take around Europe
George and Will take their amphibious camper for a maiden voyage in Hastings. There's also a chill-out den, a sphere, and a revolutionary studio in Spain.
George reviews his global search for the world's most ingenious small-space builds, from Canada to Japan, Norway to New Zealand, and from minimalist glass cabins to an epic beach house
George rediscovers some the most ingenious vehicle projects he's seen, including a helicopter, a camper van and the cockpit of a passenger jet
George Clarke's back with more amazing small space designs. He meets a couple creating a disappearing bathroom and a man squeezing a camper into a Reliant Robin, and plans his hardest-ever build...
George meets a mum who's turning a shed into a haven and a couple creating a luxury home on a houseboat. He also visits a stunning temple in Chile and continues to build his observatory.
George meets a couple crafting a magical den and an aircraft technician who's turning a jet engine into a supersonic camper. He also discovers some lip-smacking designs in a Chilean winery.
George meets a couple who turn a coach into a mobile home and a pilot who creates a garden den from a plane, and his observatory takes him to one of the world's largest telescopes
George Clarke and Will Hardie check out amazing winter designs, from ice hotels to stunning modern homes, in Norway, Finland, the Alps and Canada, and build an igloo and dodge a bear along the way
George meets a family in Bolton who are creating a unique half-submerged family hideaway at the bottom of their garden
George meets a couple who are turning a fire engine into a bar and a 23-year-old who's building a shepherd's hut from scratch. He also visits an unusual home in Chile. Will Hardie builds a telescope.
George meets a master craftsman who's saving a Victorian circus wagon, and discovers a small hotel that's disguised as a tree and a camping pod that looks like a giant conker
George meets one couple converting a camper into a mini HGV caravan and another turning a railway carriage into a retreat. And George and Will learn how to take photos with a beer can.
George meets a man who plans to make a barn out of discarded windows and old driftwood, and a novice builder who's creating a retirement home in a minivan for her and her cat
George looks back at his most ambitious big build - a 360-degree, gravity defying rotating house! In search of inspiration, George goes to Holland, Germany and the local fairground.
George looks back at his first ever big build - converting a £300 dilapidated caravan into a stylish holiday hideout for him and his kids, inspired by other ingenious conversions