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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.
George meets Dai Saunders, who has a plan to lure his kids away from their gadgets and mobile devices by getting them to help build a spectacular, camouflaged crafting workshop at the end of the garden. In Derbyshire, aspiring 14-year-old architect Fran wants to create her own hangout den in an old horsebox - using birthday money and savings. In Tokyo, one of the most densely populated cities in the world, George visits a tiny house that's actually pretty big. And George and Will visit the Sussex countryside and a tree-house like no other that hovers among the trees.
On the sunny coast of Cornwall, world-class adaptive surfer Pegleg plans a unique extension to his VW campervan, transforming his home on wheels by building a new cabin from scratch. In Pembrokeshire, Martin and Carol-Anne have an out-of-this-world scheme to turn a dome used to house an electricity generator at the London Olympics into an extra-terrestrial glamping pod in the garden. On the coast of western Japan, George visits an earthquake-resistant house made from glass. And George looks at aluminium panels as a new kind of leafy canopy for his and Will Hardie's spectacular tree house.
In Gloucestershire, two young artists are converting an old district library van into a mobile home and art studio. Also, Steve and Marie have found a bunker from World War Two under their garden and are turning it into an office, with an ingenious motorised lift to bring light into the space. In Japan, George visits a town that recycles 80% of all waste, including a pub where everything is recycled, from the windows to the beer itself. And George and Will's incredible supersized tree house is ready to be installed on site.
A London tailor hopes to fashion a work studio in his garden - creating a space where he'll be proud to welcome his clients. In Bristol, an enterprising team are building a cabin in a crane 150 feet off the ground, to raise money for Friends of the Earth. In Japan, George visits a capsule hotel in central Tokyo and a sleep pod measuring only two metres deep and one metre wide. He also visits a traditional bath house. And finally, as the latest series concludes, George's childhood dream comes true as the super-sized toy tree house is completed.
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