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There is no Next Episode of George Clarke's Amazing Spaces planned.
The show that celebrates ingenious, inventive and eccentric small builds is back. In the opening episode, George meets a pair of newlyweds who traded in a luxury honeymoon to spend the money on an old army truck they plan to transform into a mobile holiday home. There is also a master craftsman in Devon making an eco-friendly luxury treehouse complete with sauna, spiral staircase and even a slide. In New Zealand, George visits a hilltop beach house overlooking the Pacific with the most decadent bath he has ever seen. And George and Will Hardie want to build a gravity-defying, rotating home inspired by vintage sci-fi comics.
George meets Sam, a conservation worker from Somerset who suffers from spinal muscular atrophy and is 30 years old. George is determined to change Sam's life by designing a fully accessible mobile home, allowing him to move freely inside as well as taking it on the road to travel the country. In Derbyshire, George meets James, a former pub landlord, who's building his new girlfriend a surprise house warming gift - a pub in their back garden. In New Zealand, George's travels to the island of Waiheke to see a modernist tent. And George and Will look for engineering inspiration for their futuristic rotating home.
In Devon, George Clarke meets Tabitha, whose mobile juice bar, made out of a horsebox, was stolen; so now she's building a new one. George and Will's futuristic rotating home takes a giant leap forward. And George's journey around New Zealand's amazing spaces continues as travels to the island of Waiheke to see a modernist tent.
George meets farmers Ali and Rich, who hope to salvage one of the rarest and - for its time - one of the most expensive caravans in the world: a 1950s Warwick Knight, complete with spiral staircase and roof garden. In Devon, fireman Nick wants to build a garden studio apartment for his mother-in-law out of an old dog house. George's New Zealand visit continues with a trip to a fold-out beach hut. And Will and George discover that an electric wheelchair could provide the engineering breakthrough they need to rotate their futuristic home.
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 treehouse in New Zealand.