George Clarke joins us as Shed of the year judge for 2014

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Yes it’s a like a big channel 4 shed lovin! – we have had Sarah Beeny as a judge from day one and last year we had renaissance  shed man Kevin McCloud as one of our experts.

But it’s with great pleasure that I introduce everyones favourite Wearsider (well definitely Mrs uncle wilco‘s anyway;)) Mr George Clarke as a shed of the year judge for 2014.

You will remember George from his well amazing show “Amazing spaces” – we were very big fans of that show at shed HQ – it just showed the passion of the people – just like we are trying and get across on readersheds – so George is a prefect fit!

in terms of sheds – We were very fond of the cabin in the woods owned by Tim and I shed a tear (sorry for pun but what else) when I heard it had been burnt to the ground , I hope Tim is getting back on track with a new one.

Anyway welcome George and here is some info about him.

George Clarke is an architect and is Creative Director of architectural practice George Clarke + Partners. He is also a writer, lecturer and TV presenter.

George Clarke + Partners has established a reputation for designing and building high quality, award winning projects throughout the UK and abroad.

The company is multidisciplinary and covers all aspects of architecture, design, project management, construction and property development.

George is passionate about the way architecture can transform our everyday lives and his aim is to make architecture popular and accessible to everyone, while at the same time creating award winning homes for his clients.

George is the presenter of several very successful series for television, including Channel 4’s Restoration Man and The Great British Property Scandal and George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces.

George’s design talent and passion for beautiful buildings has transformed the homes and lives of so many people across Britain.

George was born and raised in Sunderland and from the age of 12 wanted to be an architect.

After studying architecture at the University of Newcastle and University College London, George started his own practice.

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  • Lynne Heal

    Brilliant programme