Netflix show “Amazing Interiors” S1:E5

Netflix have been with our MD and client filming our ground-breaking man cave work for their series Amazing Interiors. We are one of three topics in this first series, episode five.

Our extraordinary man cave design

The series provides a glimpse into ordinary homes with incredible interiors, we’re excited to see our Award Winning Project featured in the series.

The design work itself is featured in depth in the project feature.

A first for Netflix

In a new direction for Netflix, they commissioned award-winning UK production company Barcroft Productions for a twelve episode first season of some of the world’s most intriguing homes from around the world. The premise of the show is that from the outside you would never guess what unfolds behind closed doors. 

Behind the scenes

Design by UBER set about creating an ultimate supercar man cave. A car ‘trophy cabinet’, with intelligent space planning down to the finest details: to take the very finishes from inside these stunning vehicles and translate them onto the walls of the garage.

130m+ Viewing audience potential

Together with some bespoke hotel-inspired materials and create an exceptional entertaining area, wine cellar and everyday useful functionality and display for extraordinary vehicles.

Our client is so thrilled with his technical Man Cave haven that he is more than keen to show the 130 million plus Netflix viewers what we built for him from a bland basement garage space.

From a pink palace to the ultimate man cave, they’re more than mere homes – they’re works of art that people can actually live in!

Netflix – Description

Watch the full show

If you are already logged into a Netflix account you can jump straight into the episode on their platform here. It starts with a story about a chap who has created a sparkling oasis behind an edgy urban facade. Our participation comes in at 14mins 10 seconds. And the show concludes with a chap in the US converting bunkers for long-term living.