This time he focuses on how nature and architecture can work harmoniously together in the glorious world of cabins in the wild. There's a mountain-top ski lodge in Italy only accessible by helicopter; a hobbit-inspired cob house in Oxfordshire built for only ú150; and a concrete dome-home built under a man-made hill in a Texan hurricane valley. And George reflects on his own wilderness cabin that he built in the Sussex woodlands.
|Episode Title:||George Clarke's Amazing Cabins in the Wild|
|Airs:||2016-05-06 at 20:00|