The World's Most Extraordinary Homes
The World's Most Extraordinary Homes
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The World's Most Extraordinary Homes
First Aired: January 6th, 2017
Status: Continuing
Air Time: Friday, 12:00 AM
Network: BBC Two
Summary: Award-winning architect Piers Taylor and actress and property enthusiast Caroline Quentin (who previously presented Restoration Home for BBC Two) explore a range of incredible architect-designed houses in extreme locations around the world. Whether built into the side of a cliff, nestled in a forest, perched at the top of a mountain or under the earth, these are homes that connect to their environment in a spectacular way. Each episode of the 4x60' series is themed according to the houses' environments - Coast, Forest, Mountain and Underground, with Caroline and Piers travelling to locations ranging from North America, Australasia and Europe. To explore how these dramatic designs function as both works of architecture and as real houses, they stay overnight, eat meals and spend time in the homes. Piers and Caroline are a new and entertaining pairing of a property expert and an architect, both bringing their own expertise, humour and experience as they meet some of the owners and architects of these incredible buildings.
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# of Episodes: 7
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# of Episodes I haven't watched: 7
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Last Aired Episode
Season 2 - Episode 3: Japan
Air Date: March 14th, 2018, 12:00 AM
Summary: Piers Taylor and Caroline Quentin head to Japan, where they discover four extraordinary homes, built with great craftsmanship, combining high tech and a deep respect for tradition. Properties include the 'Glass House for a Diver' on the coast at Etajima, an all-glass building inspired by the chambers of an ants' nest, with rough concrete blocks chosen to surround the delicate home.
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