Apple TV+ design docuseries, HOME, reveals a new roster of boundary-pushing visionaries in an all-new season.
Home, where extraordinary stories live.
It was in April of 2020 when Apple TV+ released a documentary series consisting of architectural tastemakers around the world. The series guides the viewers inside some of the most incredible homes, featuring unique and world-class designs any designer buffs will love. The nine-episodal first season featured houses all from Sweden to Mexico, garnering an envious yet amazing response from its audiences. All this is mainly due to the unbelievable craftsmanship exhibited in each home and the philosophy behind every design.
In season one, viewers were captivated by a multi-story space made entirely out of bamboo; a 344-square-foot home with a moveable ceiling (a potential solution to living small, especially in this city); and a sustainable eclectic abode made with repurposed materials. Each home has a story to tell not only through the design aspects of each corner of the house but also through the life of the homeowners.
In June 2020, a few months after it was released, the docuseries was nominated for best documentary series at the Critics’ Choice Real TV Awards. Later on, the series also became an Emmy-Award nominated documentary series. With all of these combined, it is a no-brainer that Apple TV+ will curate another set of design tastemakers for their second season. On June 17th, Apple TV+ finally premiered the second season of Home, available to stream globally.
Home Season Two Trailer
Design buffs and architectural nerds rejoice for another season of Home, featuring all-new exciting houses that will pique anyone’s interest and pleasure for uniqueness. This time, our new roster of visionaries is hailing from the Netherlands, South Africa, Indonesia, Australia, Mexico, Iceland and more. Viewers get a chance to peek inside these remarkable homes that are created with deep intention and vision like no other.
The official trailer alone will entice anyone with its captivating production and the unique homes the new season offers. The audience will witness brick houses built in the middle of a jungle; a restored gothic villa; a three-generation home built for a growing family; and an Inno-Native house that pushes designers to decolonize building practices.
The A24 production house produced the docuseries for Apple. Season two features ten captivating episodes. It is now available to stream globally on Apple TV+.
Published by HOLR Magazine.