Next Episode of Ugly House to Lovely House with George Clarke is
Season 2 / Episode 1 and airs on 18 October 2017 20:00
George Clarke presents a series which proves that even the ugliest houses can with help from some of the country's leading architects be transformed with next to no budget.
Can George and architect Ed Lipton help Rachel and James, who want a home that gives them more space for a more sociable life, extend their home with just £60,000 and eight weeks?
Sue and Simon's awkward house is revamped, inside and out, by architect Laura Jane Clark, including a moved staircase, a revolving wall, skylights and a new paint job outside
Tammy and Stuart from West Sussex live in an outdated bungalow. The bungalow's main living rooms are completey starved on any natural light. Tammy and Stuart are desperte to create a family home but with a budget of just £50,000, their options are very limited. Will George be able to help them to create their dream home?
Denise and Ali seek a new lease of life for their council house in Croydon however the pair on a tight budget of £120,000. Jo Cowen plans a striking glazed extension and an exciting plan for the upstairs.
In stunning rural Gloucestershire, Simon and Lisa recently bought a carbuncle on the landscape. Originally built in the Dutch barn style, this shoddy building was such a nightmare that neighbours compared it to the house in The Amityville Horror. Simon hated it so much that he wanted to bulldoze it and start again. George teams the couple up with creative architect Laura Clark. Her challenge is to come up with a scheme to turn this terrifying building into a warm, welcoming, modern home, while retaining some of its character. But with a limited budget and only nine weeks to play with, Simon and Lisa may have to get their hands dirty if they want to achieve their dream.
There are ugly houses, and then there is Nick and Sonia's house - an appallingly designed afterthought that is essentially a flat spread over three dysfunctional car parking spaces. George Clarke charges award-winning architects Abigail Ashton and Andrew Porter with creating something beautiful from this monstrosity. Together the architects have made their reputation by creating extraordinary, innovative homes in the most suburban of settings. But working with a budget of £75k, can they transform this foul flat into a proper home with two floors? And what will the neighbours make of the changes?
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