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In a first for British television, cutting-edge virtual reality and visual effects enable people to see what their future home could look like, before building it in reality.Never have plans come to life like this: people can instantly explore a stunning transformation of their bedroom, walk around an incredible double-height kitchen, or see how adding a gigantic picture window will turn a dingy lounge into a showstopping sitting room. In each episode, a family will be presented with two radically different designs by two extraordinary architects. Which ambitious renovation idea will they choose for their perfect home?
Laura Jane Clark and Robert Jamison create virtual reality renovations for a three-bed home in Surrey, which has a poorly positioned front door and a cluttered hallway. The owners are divided over whether an extension would solve their problems, and the architects present them with two very different visions for what their home could be. Laura takes a characteristically pragmatic approach with a simple but striking contemporary design. But experimental architect Robert decides a far more radical approach is the only answer.
Angela Scanlon returns with the property makeover show in which cutting-edge virtual reality and visual effects enable people to see what the future of their home could look like, before it is built in reality. In the first edition architects Laura Jane Clark and Julian McIntosh compete to remodel Shelley and Steven's three-bedroom semi-detached home in Bromley, south-east London.
Architects Will Foster and Lynsey Elliott compete to remodel a home in Gosport, Hampshire, that holds 20 years of family memories and a lifetime of antiques and heirlooms for soon-to-be grandparents Lisa and Judy.
Architects Damion Burrows and Lizzie Fraher compete to remodel Natasha and Gael's home in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, which has a dark and claustrophobic downstairs layout that makes social gatherings impossible.
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