Turning a small space into an impressive place to live, play and work is the aim of this programme presented by architect George Clarke.
Amazing Spaces really does unearth some extraordinary projects where people have taken a small-build to create something impressive.
George travels the country looking at various projects including how a horsebox was turned into a family home and how an apartment was created from an old underground toilet.
He even undertakes his own project as part of the programme to turn an old rusting caravan into an impressive second home for his family. The builder he gets in to help him is less than impressed at the prospect, but George is a trained architect with a strong idea of what he wants to do.
The ethos of the programme is to show how easy it is to create a place to escape or to live in for everyone from the smallest and most affordable places.
George Clarke's Amazing Spaces also takes a look at people who have created homes from shipping containers and old buses on a shoestring.
While some are creating incredible tree houses in woodland or building huts to escape the rat-race,
George Clarke's Amazing Spaces also features people who have moved their kitchen onto the roof and a man who has turned a caravan in his garden into a trendy party venue.
Not all of the projects are huge, and one couple forego a honeymoon to bring solar power and running water to their tiny beach hut.
Indeed, one of the objectives put forward is that people can use these ideas to create a home of their dreams if they can’t afford a mortgage to buy a property.