So Amazing Spaces is returning this week with George and they are themed

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The Amazing Spaces main show is back again to Channel 4 from Friday 22nd April at 8pm, and it looks like a best of builds show – which is great for people to get ready for a new series and get some inspiration for their builds – also don’t forget you can still enter your project for Shed of the year which closes on the 15th May – so Hurry Up Sheddies.

anyway here is the info on the next three episodes of Amazing Spaces airing on a prime Friday slot at 8pm starting from this Friday.

GEORGE CLARKE’S AMAZING TREEHOUSES
In this four part compilation series, George Clarke looks back over some of his favourite projects from across five series of Amazing Spaces. Starting with George Clarke’s Amazing Treehouses, the series revisits his favourite caravan builds, wilderness lodges and garden retreats. There’s the farmer building a caravan-inspired treehouse in the highlands of Scotland; a mirror-clad cube in Sweden; and a UFO construction nestled amongst the branches. There is also a trip to Tuscany and George’s own star gazing treehouse in Kielder National Park, Northumberland.

GEORGE CLARKE’S AMAZING CARAVANS & CAMPERVANS
George Clarke continues his look back at some of the best builds over five series of Amazing Spaces. This time he turns his attention to some of the most innovative and eccentric caravan and campervan builds he’s ever seen – from a tiny Italian tuk tuk campervan to a trailer tent caravan clad in old CDs; and a tiny 1950s ambulance converted to sleep a family of six, plus their dog. There is also an Airstream caravan converted into the ultimate party pad and a look back at George’s high-tech holiday home in the Lake District for him and the family.

GEORGE CLARKE’S AMAZING CABINS IN THE WILD
George Clarke looks back across five series of amazing spaces. This time he focuses on how nature and architecture can work harmoniously together in the glorious world of cabins in the wild. There’s a mountain-top ski lodge in Italy only accessible by helicopter; a hobbit-inspired cob house in Surrey built for only £150; and a concrete dome-home built under a man-made hill in a Texan hurricane valley. And George reflects on his own wilderness cabin that he built in the Sussex woodlands.

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  • Jamoi Concept

    I watched Amazing TreeHouses and it’s not even new! It is just a repeat of GC Amazing Spaces with a change of name. He even said “Amazing Spaces” so that is proof they just changed the name and the Animated intro