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“Your Home Made Perfect,” a BBC Two renovation show, debuted in 2019, but its new second season has found particular relevance in the pandemic era.
Hosted by Angela Scanlon, the basic pitch of the program is that it allows two architects to use virtual reality to present homeowners with a fully formed, interactive version of their designs that allows them to “walk” through their potential new home without anyone ever having to pick up a hammer. Homeowners then pick the design that most appealed to them virtually, which inspires a real-life home renovation.
“They essentially step into their home as it was, pop goggles on, and they are standing in their kitchen,” Scanlon said in an interview with Build. “And then our architect begins to take them through the plan for the new home,