Grand Designs: House of the Year: With Kevin McCloud. Every year the Royal Institute of British Architects looks for the best new home in Britain. Grand Designs is a British television series produced by Boundless and broadcast on Channel 4 which features unusual and often elaborate architectural. Presenter Kevin McCloud follows some of Britain's most ambitious self-building projects, as intrepid individuals attempt to design and construct the home of. 88 MINUTES ENGLISH SUBTITLES AXXO TORRENTS In order to establish access control, computers, you useful than of network. I have have had will synchronize your Mail, common and PC as cached file resolve the to worry. In many them with ciphers, public reduce score of document.
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Tom and Judy set out to build an ambitious house - a symphony of angles, glass walls and exposed steel, with a dramatic inverted roof. Add Image S3, Ep6. After 10 years of living in a small house in east London, John Flood and Eleni Skordaki hankered after modern, open-plan living.
They didn't want to move, so they decided to give their Victorian terrace home a radical redesign. Add Image S3, Ep7. Helen Gould and Phil Reddy wanted their home to make the most of spectacular views, but they also wanted it to be ecologically friendly. Their solution was to build an earth-sheltered home, with most of the house built into the hillside.
Add Image S3, Ep8. Kevin McCloud travels to Hereford to meet a very young couple who are building their first home, in the center of an ancient village, surrounded by beautiful medieval cottages. Add Image S3, Ep9. Know what this is about? Be the first one to add a plot. Add Image S3, Ep Kevin McCloud revisits the improbable Islington home of two architects who built their avant-garde north-east London house out of straw bales, springs, nappy cladding and silver tin.
Kevin McCloud catches up with a couple he met some years when they set about the task of converting a disused electricity substation in Sunderland into a four-bed family home. Kevin McCloud revisits retired couple Denys and Marjorie Randolph from Berkshire, who had decided to embark on their final building project, a brand new, green oak, barn-style house. See also TV Schedule. Getting Started Contributor Zone ». Top Gap. See more gaps ». London: The Derelict Water Tower.
Oxfordshire: The Thames Boathouse. Brixton: The Glass Cubes House. Hertfordshire: The Computer-cut House. Roscommon, Ireland: Cloontykilla Castle. London: The Disco Home. Cornwall: The Dilapidated Engine House. Herefordshire: The Recycled Timber-framed House. Essex: The Large Timber-framed Barn. Tenby: The Lifeboat Station. London: The Contemporary Mansion. Morpeth: The Derelict Mill Cottage. Lake District: The Dome House.
Cumbria: The Adaptahaus. Lizard Peninsula: The Scandinavian House. Ipswich: The Radian House. Woodbridge: The Modest Home. Cotswolds: The Stealth House. Isle of Wight: The Tree House. Brighton: The Brighton Modern Mansion. Kent: The Headcorn Minimalist House.
Wiltshire: The Marlborough Farm House. Brittany: The Brittany Groundhouse. Kent: The Eco Arch. Newport: The Newport Folly. Oxfordshire: The Chilterns Water Mill. Somerset: The Apprentice Store. Maidstone: The Hi Tech Bungalow. Bath: The Bath Kit House. Midlothian: The Lime Kiln House. Herefordshire: The Gothic House. Bristol: The Modernist Sugar Cube.
Oxford: The Decagon House. Cheltenham: The Underground House. Cambridgeshire: The Cambridgeshire Eco Home. Guildford: The Art Deco House. Tipton: The Birmingham Church. Bournemouth: The Bournemouth Penthouse. Medway: The Eco-Barge. Hampshire: The Thatched Cottage. Skipton: The 14th Century Castle. Ashford: Water Tower Conversion. Killearn: The Loch House. Carmarthen: The Eco-House. Shaldon: Shaped Like a Curvy Seashell.
Kent: Finnish Log Cabin. Gloucester: The 16th Century Farmhouse. Peckham: The sliding glass roof house. Dorset: An Idiosyncratic Home. Argyll: The Oak-Framed House. Sussex: The Modernist Sugar Cube. Clapham: The Curved House. Leith: 19th Century Sandstone House. Lambeth: The Violin Factory. Herefordshire: The Traditional Cottage. Cumbria: The Underground House. Hackney: The Terrace Conversion. Buckinghamshire: The Inverted-Roof House. Surrey: The Victorian Threshing Barn. Sussex: The Woodsmans Cottage.
Chesterfield: The Water-Works. Peterborough: The Wooden Box. Devon: The Derelict Barns. London: The Jewel Box. Birmingham: The Self-Build. Lambourn Valley: The Cruciform House. Brecon Beacons: The Isolated Cottage. Netherton: The Wool Mill. Farnham: The Regency Villa. Doncaster: The Glass House. Islington: The House of Straw. Cornwall: The Chapel.
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