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Shelter builds architecture originals

Eco shipping container homes in Tiny Spaces

Shelter, the Australia-based streaming service dedicated to home, design and architecture, has added to its slate of factual originals.

The streamer, which launched internationally in July last year, is currently in pre-production on Sanctuary: Byron Bay (6×15′), which explores stunning locations on the coastal town in New South Wales (NSW). Sophie Hexter is on board to direct, while Ryan Lee is attached as cinematographer.

Another original in pre-production is Follies (4×15′), which looks at unusual or whimsical structures in the UK created solely for the purpose of delight.

Other originals on Shelter include Tiny Spaces (4×15′), which is currently being filmed in Victoria and looks at intimate and remote spaces such as the eco shipping container homes in Wattle Bank.

Meanwhile, the second season of Inspired Architecture (6×15′) is in post-production, directed by Jim Lounsbury and scheduled for an October 2021 release.

Featuring architects Harley Graham, PJ Deasy, Verity Nunan, Justin Twohill and Matthew Woodward, the show was Shelter’s first original series and looks at uniquely Australian structures.

Shelter has since released a 30-minute spin-off to one of the episodes, Permanent Camping 2, which follows the building of a new iteration of Jeffrey Broadfield’s famous Permanent Camping building in Berry, NSW.

Shelter released its second original series Architecture on the Edge (6×15′), which looks at the modern architecture movement in Chile, in April.

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