George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces finds bonkers abodes across the planet – from a hovering barn-turned-guest house in Sussex, to a mirror cube floating in the treetops in Sweden. And it seems viewers are fascinated by these compact living spaces, with the recent second series attracting audiences of up to 3 million for Channel 4, prompting the broadcaster to commission a further two runs.
“Amazing Spaces has really captured the imagination of viewers,” said Kate Teckman, Channel 4’s Commissioning Editor, Features. “Over the next two series we will be able to show the pioneers of innovative design pushing the boundaries across an even more inspiring range of projects and budgets.”
The next series will further investigate wonderful designs, and meet the people with the imagination to transform often tiny spaces into grand creations, on small budgets.
Will Daws of production company Plum Pictures said: “Having two series commissioned at once means we can now include people undertaking longer and more complex small space builds to really show what’s possible with a small budget but a big imagination.”
Series three of George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces will air in 2014.
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