Last Updated on November 18, 2022 by OtakuKart Staff
Grand Designs: House of the Year is back with an all-new season, and the fans of this show are really excited about it. This show explores some of the most beautiful and elegant properties around the UK and therefore aims to find the perfect House for the Royal Institute of British Architects House of the year award. In this latest season, the judges and experts look over various properties to choose this year’s winner.
This year, the experts will look closely into each of the twenty beautiful houses and therefore give them a score. The House with the highest score will win the trophy. Some of the fans of this show are curious about when will the latest episode of the series will release and where to watch it. In this article, we will go through the list of all the houses that will be inspected by the experts, and then we will look into the series’ release date as well as its streaming guide,
Contender Houses of Grand Designs: House of the Year Season 7
This year’s list of houses goes as follows: The Red House, designed by David Kohn Architects, stands out for its eccentric look, which is largely due to its bright green eaves, doors, and windows. Designed by Will Gamble Designers, the Parchment Works is a contemporary addition to a Victorian-era building that was given historic landmark status.
The Library House, designed by Macdonald Wright Architects; The Garden Studio, designed by Brisco Loran as well as James Alder Architect, is a dedicated art studio that opens up into the newly expanded kitchen. The abundance of window panes and skylight give it a bright and airy feel, while the light wood used in its construction contributes to the same effect.
Sandy Rendel Architects’ Dutch Barn is unique. The surrounding gardens are now an eight-acre public garden with the historic barn at its center. Surbiton Springs, developed by Surman Weston, is a two-bedroom new-build home with a white exterior reminiscent of the area’s modern white villas but rather civic buildings from the 1930s.
Suffolk Cottage was built with modest resources and some self-building by Haysom Ward Miller Architects. Seabreeze, made by RX Architects, features a mini spa, tailor-made drinks cabinets, and a changing backdrop.
Chiles Evans plus Care Architects Ltd modernized Ravine House. Peeking House, which was developed under Fletcher Crane Architects, was built on a tight, constrained site. 31 44 Architects and Taylor Made Space molded Norfolk Barn’s steel frame into a luxurious space.
CAN’s Mountain View Fun and unexpected old-new blending. Prewett Bizley’s Mews House Deep Retrofit Refurbishing a London end-terrace mews meant removing the initial decor to create a more environmentally friendly and energy-efficient residence.
Mere House by Mole Designers is a flipside Passivhaus-style home with an upstairs cooking area, living room, and bedroom. Blee Halligan’s Derbyshire Derwent Valley Villa is a completely separate living area scattered across the premises.
Leyton House, developed by McMahon Architecture Ltd in London. House at Lough Beg, constructed by McGonigle McGrath from Northern Ireland, Ostro Passivhaus by Paper Igloo from Scotland, and The Cowshed, which Crawshaw Architects LLP developed in Dorset. And Indeed, the Den, made by Technique Architecture and Design in cooperation with Stallan-Brandin Scotland, is also showcased.
Grand Designs: House of the Year Season 7 Episode 2 release date and Recap
The latest episode of the series, Grand Designs: House of the Year Season 7 Episode 2, is scheduled to be released on 23rd November. In this episode, we expect to see Kevin McCloud, as well as other experts, travel to five different houses that have been subjected to extraordinary renovations. The houses range from repurposed factories to cowsheds that have been converted into libraries.
In the last week’s episode of Grand Designs: House of the Year Season 7, which aired on 16th November, we saw that Kevin McCloud investigates the properties that are currently being considered for the RIBA House of the Year trophy 2022. He begins with five challenging homes, one of which is a pink beach house, and then moves on to the remaining properties.
Where to watch Grand Designs: House of the Year?
The fans of this show can easily catch all the latest episodes of the show on Channel 4, though this streaming service is available in the UK only. However, you will require an active subscription in order to watch the show.
Channel 4 provides a free trial period of fourteen days, after which you will be charged a fee of three pounds and ninety-nine pence per month. If you do not cancel your subscription before the end of the free trial period, you will be charged the full price for the service.