Grand Designs

September 2020

S7 E11: Revisit: Weald of Kent, 2011

4.0 1 x
Kevin McCloud returns to the Weald of Kent and one of the most innovative houses ever featured on Grand Designs: a highly experimental arch-shaped home built from clay tiles.

S7 E12: Revisit: Lake District, 2011

4.0 4 x
Kevin McCloud revisits Robert and Milla a year after their ambitious Lake District eco-home was on the verge of running out of money. Have the duo completed their visionary timber dwelling?

S7 E6: Kensington, 2011

4.0 2 x
Claire and Ian try to build a home big enough to include a disco on a small plot at the end of a London mews. But, as angry locals begin to object to their plans, things start to go wrong.

S7 E18: Cornwall, 2011

3.0 2 x
Stonemason Adam and his partner Nicola have 12 months to convert the engine house of a silver mine in Cornwall into a home. But it quickly becomes a race against time.

S7 E7: Herefordshire, 2011

4.0 3 x
Ed and Rowena Waghorn are building an organic, timber-framed, curvy house on their smallholding in Herefordshire using recycled materials. But the budget is tiny and progress achingly slow.

S7 E30: Tenby, 2011

3.0 1 x
Can Tim and his wife Philomena transform the rusting and rotten hulk of an old lifeboat station in Tenby, south west Wales, into a beautiful modern home with far-reaching sea views?

S7 E17: Braintree, 2011

3.0 1 x
Artists Freddie and Ben plan to convert a huge barn in Essex into a live-work area that is seven times the size of an average three-bed house. But is there such a thing as too much space?

S7 E31: Bromley, 2011

3.0 7 x
Paul and Penny knock down their million-pound home in south London to build a contemporary mansion. But the challenges presented by this complex build soon start to bite. (Ep2/11)

S6 E16: Newcastle, 2011

4.0 2 x
Kevin McCloud revisits an epic Grand Design five years after a couple set out to transform a derelict mill cottage in the beautiful Northumberland countryside.

S7 E25: Camden, 2012

4.5 1 x
Kevin McCloud meets an architect who is trying to create a family home in an awkward, jagged, covered space, trapped between buildings in the crowded heart of Camden in north London.
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