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10/10 Laurence talks to philosopher Alain de Botton about how our ideas of the home have changed
9/10 Laurence explores new ways to build and run a home at an eco-community in Nottingham.
8/10 The history of shopping for the home, colonial times to passions for European design.
7/10 The rise of lofts during the 80s signified a change in expectations of what homes could be
6/10 Laurence plots the rise of country house style in response to the disquieting 70s and 80s.
5/10 Laurence looks at the flamboyant and influential decorator, a superstar of the 1960s.
4/10 Laurence explores how marriage helped overcome design limitations in the post-war period.
3/10 Laurence considers how the post-war government urged the public to embrace 'good design'.
2/10 The modernist social experiment spawned the blocks of flats built in the early 1930s.
1/10 Featuring a profile of the 'father of the English suburb'.