Grand Designs: A Hertfordshire couple adopts slanted design in the Chess Valley

Channel 4’s hit architecture show Great designs sees ambitious people build their dream family home, and this week’s episode is no different.

In the first week of the new series, Manchester couple Colin and Adele learned the hard truths and the do’s and don’ts of building their own curved glass mansion.

In the second part of the series, Tunbridge Wells residents Kate and Rob replaced their Rundown Post-war prefabricated house that survived forever and took much longer than expected.

Last week, Canterbury-based couple Dorran and Vereuschka built an underground hidden home, but trouble arose for the couple after they parted ways with their builder and took on the project themselves.

Well this week a Hertfordshire couple, Matthew and Davidzo, see a crooked burrow in the Chess Valley.

A Hertfordshire couple takes on Grand Designs in Chess Valley

Australian digital product designer Matthew and Zimbabwe-born financial business partner Davidzo create their dream home.

The two take on a task that would daunt even a seasoned home builder, as they take on the task of building a multi-story home on a sloping lot.

With an initial budget of £560,000 and land costs of £800,000, the pair hope to build a three-storey, five-bedroom, five-bathroom home.

The couple brought back the property, which was once home to a 1950s bungalow, before deciding to demolish the site and make way for a bold house clad in flint and charred wood.

But as the couple balance the demands of their daily work lives and caring for their two young children, challenges threaten to make construction impossible.

You can watch Grand Designs on Channel 4 and All 4 tonight at 9pm. Grand Designs: A Hertfordshire couple adopts slanted design in the Chess Valley

Fry Electronics Team

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