Grand Designs viewers stunned by urban home the size of a London tube carriage

GRAND Designs viewers could not believe their eyes when they saw a house so tiny it was the size of a London tube carriage.

The Channel 4 series presented its annual, House of the Year special, and featured the tiny home in south London.

Grand Designs viewers were in awe of a tiny house built in London.  The 'Slot House' is 2.8 metres wide and the size of a London Tube carriage

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Grand Designs viewers were in awe of a tiny house built in London. The ‘Slot House’ is 2.8 metres wide and the size of a London Tube carriage
The Slot House was designed by architects, and married couple, Sally and Sandy Rendel

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The Slot House was designed by architects, and married couple, Sally and Sandy Rendel
Some of the home's features include exposed materials which allowed more space as nothing was plaster boarded.

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Some of the home’s features include exposed materials which allowed more space as nothing was plaster boarded.

The ‘Slot House’ was designed by married architecture couple Sally and Sandy Rendel.

They built the house in a 2.8 metre gap alongside their home and come up with a series of innovative ideas to make the most out of the small space.

Sandy

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Grand Designs mansion branded ‘ugliest house ever’

GRAND Designs viewers were left amazed tonight when they spotted one huge problem with the “ugliest house” they’d seen on the show.

People on Twitter savaged the design saying it was “bland” and “sterile”, though locals praised the renovated water tower and said it had put their area on the map.

Grand Designs viewers were amazed anybody could live in the sci-fi inspired water tower

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Grand Designs viewers were amazed anybody could live in the sci-fi inspired water tower
It was a passion project for former painter and decorator Dennis

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It was a passion project for former painter and decorator Dennis

Ex painter and decorator Dennis said he had transformed the industrial building in the Norfolk countryside into a home, admitting to the cameras: “I did watch a lot of Thunderbirds, it looks like something a rocket ship should be attached too.”

Inside were polished concrete floors, wrap-around windows and pieces of rusting metal that the couple had salvaged.

The bedrooms were on the lower floors with full length glass walls offering stunning

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