Architect George Clarke travels the globe to meet other people who love to build outside the box. Along with master craftsman Will Hardie, planning begins to build a rotating house and George travels back in time with an old railway carriage.
George and Will attempt to create a model for their futuristic rotating home. Then, George watches as a helicopter turns into a guesthouse, a shipwreck appears high on a cliff and a hidden bug's eye home has the best seat on the beach.
George continues to work on his rotating house of the future with Will. Then, a bachelor pad reaches new heights, a treehouse turns into a dreamy dwelling, and an army truck transforms into an overland expedition motor home.
George proves space is limitless as he visits a hidden home behind a block of boards, a scoreboard where sports fans can live and a family's backyard is transformed into a year-long vacation space.
While creating his rotating house of the future with Will, George realizes there's more to homes than walls and a roof. To prove it, he explores a '70s road relic, an ancient water tower and a geodesic dome.
As George continues to build his rotating home of the future, time is the focus. From a home hidden in a clocktower and a remote cabin where time stands still to a rare 1950s RV that is frozen in time, George finds inspiration.
After helping a deserving, wheelchair-bound man achieve freedom with his tiny home on wheels, George and Will reveal their stunning rotating house of the future.
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