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Season 04, Episode 01 The Violin Factory, Waterloo

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Jan 21, 2004
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The Violin Factory, Waterloo Jan 21, 2004 Louise and Milko wanted to build the home of a lifetime. Milko's job as a well-paid City banker meant they could think big, so Louise set up her own architectural practice and they bought a disused violin factory in the heart of London's Waterloo. The crumbling building was hemmed in on all sides and had no views, but Louise had a vision of a spectacular loft-style home that would combine stunning design with utter luxury

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Season 04, Episode 02 Walton: The German Huf Haus

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Jan 28, 2004
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Walton: The German Huf Haus Jan 28, 2004 David and Greta loved their home, a modernist structure in Surrey that they had built themselves almost 40 years ago. It was filled with things they'd chosen over the years – design classics, mementoes, David's paintings. But that house was falling apart and had to come down. Meanwhile, they had lost their hearts to a German post-and-beam house, designed by architect Peter Huf and available as a customised kit.

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Season 04, Episode 03 Return to Cloud, Buckinghamshire

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Feb 18, 2004
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Return to Cloud, Buckinghamshire Feb 18, 2004 Kevin returns to see whether the couple's solo attempts to transform a wreck of an old stone building in Leith, with no previous building experience, has been successful.

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Season 04, Episode 04 Clapham: The Curved House

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Feb 25, 2004
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Clapham: The Curved House Feb 25, 2004 David and Anjana's tiny coach house was proving too small for them and their two children. So they decided to build a new house in their own garden, which was big by London standards. But this particular grassy plot came with problems. It was overlooked by huge blocks of flats, and in the middle of it stood a chestnut tree they weren't allowed to cut down. They came up with an inspired solution: they would build a curving house along the borders of their plot. What's more, they would do a lot of the work themselves.

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Season 04, Episode 05 The Curved House

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Mar 3, 2004
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The Curved House Mar 3, 2004 David and Anjana's tiny coach house was proving too small for them and their two children. So they decided to build a new house in their own garden, which was big by London standards. But this particular grassy plot came with problems. It was overlooked by huge blocks of flats, and in the middle of it stood a chestnut tree they weren't allowed to cut down. They came up with an inspired solution: they would build a curving house along the borders of their plot. What's more, they would do a lot of the work themselves.

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Season 04, Episode 06 Modernist Sugar Cube, Sussex

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Mar 10, 2004
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Modernist Sugar Cube, Sussex Mar 10, 2004 When Reuben and April came across a ruined 19th-century house amid the tower blocks of Leith, Edinburgh, they saw it as their future home. They had no clear idea of how to restore it, and precious little building experience. Still, they were young and fit (they had met on Reuben's climbing wall) and they liked a challenge. So they bought the crumbling shell and set about transforming it with their own hands.

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Season 04, Episode 07 The Oak-Framed House, Argyll

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Feb 4, 2004
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The Oak-Framed House, Argyll Feb 4, 2004 David and Greta loved their home, a modernist structure in Surrey that they had built themselves almost 40 years ago. It was filled with things they'd chosen over the years – design classics, mementoes, David's paintings. But that house was falling apart and had to come down. Meanwhile, they had lost their hearts to a German post-and-beam house, designed by architect Peter Huf and available as a customised kit.

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Season 04, Episode 08 Revisited - Edinburgh: 19th Century Sandstone House

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Apr 6, 2005
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Revisited - Edinburgh: 19th Century Sandstone House Apr 6, 2005 Kevin returns to see whether the couple's solo attempts to transform a wreck of an old stone building in Leith, with no previous building experience, has been successful.

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Season 04, Episode 09 Revisited - Waterloo: The Violin Factory

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Oct 13, 2005
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Revisited - Waterloo: The Violin Factory Oct 13, 2005 Louise and Milko wanted to build the home of a lifetime. Milko's job as a well-paid City banker meant they could think big, so Louise set up her own architectural practice and they bought a disused violin factory in the heart of London's Waterloo. The crumbling building was hemmed in on all sides and had no views, but Louise had a vision of a spectacular loft-style home that would combine stunning design with utter luxury

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Season 04, Episode 10 Revisited - Clapham: The Curved House

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Nov 23, 2005
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Revisited - Clapham: The Curved House Nov 23, 2005 Anjana and David Devoy started building a contemporary home that curved around a protected chestnut tree in their garden. Kevin McCloud returns to see if their plan worked.

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Season 04, Episode 11 Revisited - Walton: The German Huf Haus

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Mar 12, 2008
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Revisited - Walton: The German Huf Haus Mar 12, 2008 Kevin revisits David and Greta Iredale, who replaced their original house which they designed and built themselves with a German built, precision engineered Huf Haus.

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Season 04, Episode 12 Revisited - Argyll: The Oak-Framed House

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Apr 25, 2007
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Revisited - Argyll: The Oak-Framed House Apr 25, 2007 Kevin revisits Tony and Jo, musicians with Scottish Opera, who had long dreamed of a home in the countryside. They found a perfect site on the Clyde estuary in Argyll and Bute. Located in a small village on a hillside, it had glorious views as far as the isle of Arran and was less than an hour's drive from Glasgow. Inspired by local oak-framed barns, they gave architect Andy McAvoy an open brief. In return, he gave them a design that fused medieval and modern and promised a beautifully simple interior. However, the construction was anything but simple...

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