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Big Brother House

Channel 4, the self-proclaimed television broadcaster for architecture, employed a set designer rather than an architect to build what is currently the most famous house in Britain - the east London domicile of the five remaining inhabitants of Big Brother. A C4 spokesperson said that the single-storey construction in Bromley-byBow, above, valued last week by estate agents at about £165,000, was the work of Colin Pigott, a set designer who also worked on another TV series with ...

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