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The traditional home is changing as the boundaries between house and garden blur. Now architect Zac Monro, engineer Monty Ravenscroft and gardener Rosie Bines use imagination, technology and ingenuity to tear down the walls of seven houses across Britain, creating homes and outside spaces that unlock the potential of living inside and out like never before.
Zac Monro takes on a 1930s bungalow on a sought after estate in Newcastle. Although the house sits in the centre of a large garden, you would hardly know it. Zac's reinvention involves removing an entire brick wall and replacing it with glass and a deck immediately outside. Meanwhile, Monty Ravenscroft and Zac build a fire pit table that keeps you warm while you cook and Rosie Bines creates a scented oasis around the log-fired hot tub.
In this episode, Zac is in west London, where he hopes to prove that concrete is the perfect material for inside-out living. He meets Californians Abbey and Zahed, who want a West Coast vibe in their home in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, replacing the back wall with glass and introducing a double-height feature.
In this episode, Zac creates an inside out home in a flat with no outside space. He removes the entire roof, replacing much of it with glass, while Rosie designs oversized window boxes and fills the flat with house plants. And a mock Tudor suburban semi gets a radical overhaul when Zac creates a kitchen in the courtyard, Monty builds a garden bar, and Rosie goes tropical with a lush jungle feel.
Zac tears down a mock mansion in Surrey, replacing it with a high-performance prefab. Monty helps build its cantilevered staircase, while Rosie installs a silver birch and ferns.
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