The Great Interior Design Challenge see Martin, Fiona and Kate do battle in the first Quarter final of 2014.
The three designers are give three days and a larger budget of £1,200 to redesign quirky, open-plan rooms in an architecturally significant 1960s housing complex. All three designers must prove that they have imagination, skill and style if they’re to win a coveted place in the semi-final of the Great Interior Design Challenge.
Kate must work to a Persian brief – ensuring that she get the right balance of theme and authenticity.
Martin ran into problems with floor tiles that threaten to derail is design for his bright, bold, Austin Powers-inspired brief.
Fiona hope to impress with her 60s designed sofa that forms part of her 60s design brief for the 60s architecture of the building.
At the end of the week judges Sophie Robinson and Daniel Hopwood have the daunting task of choosing which designer must leave the competition… and which two go through to the next round.