Grand Designs

January 2019

Aylesbury Vale

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Kevin meets a couple converting a listed mini-castle in Buckinghamshire into a family home. The Saxon burial ground the folly is built upon throws up some macabre surprises.

East London 2017

4.0 2 x
Joe and Lina's clever space-saving build may be the smallest two-bedroom house you're allowed to build in London, but it'll be stylish, low-budget, and theirs - not a landlord's

Peak District, 2017

4.0 1 x
Fred and Saffron build a home in the Peak District on a 30 degree slope, with the top floor in plain sight and two post-industrial style floors buried into the thick limestone below

South East London, 2017

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Beth and Andrew rescue a crumbling Victorian dairy, hoping to make it into a 'shabby chic' family home fit for modern life. But is the building simply too derelict?

South Hertfordshire, 2017

3.0 0 x
Chris and Kayo build an intricate, radical and complicated home on protected land close to one of Britain's most historic abbeys
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Braintree, 2011

3.0 2 x
Artists Freddie Robins and Ben Coode-Adams are leaving their modest urban flat to convert a huge Grade II-listed timber-framed barn in Essex into a live/work space for themselves and their daughter
47:19

West London, 2012

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Audrey and Jeff Lovelock plan to transform a listed Edwardian artist's studio in West London into a bespoke 13-level subterranean home
47:19

West Cumbria, 2010

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Alan Dawson has invented his own way of making a house, with every piece put together on site in days. But it must all fit perfectly. Only then will he know if his unique house works.
December 2018
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Cotswolds, 2010

3.0 6 x
In this episode, two architects attempt to build England's first accredited passive house, underneath a ruined 300-year-old barn in the Cotswolds countryside.
47:19

Headcorn, 2009

3.0 0 x
Mimi d'Costa and her husband Andre have moved to the Kent countryside and bought a large plot of land to build a home on it that is functional but that will also blend into the landscape
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