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JasonB4,678 posts since 20 Sep 2003
London London
Some of you might have seen my 3D Designs of The Big Breakfast House on the forums at Bow Locks.

As there's been a lot of interest and discussion of the show on here as of late, i thought i'd give the short-lived 2001 re-launch look a go. However, there's a twist: I've added the current windows and new additions to the exterior of the house. It still works well i think.

Starting with the living room:
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The Phone Room:
To bring the show in to 2014, i included a new touch screen monitor on the back wall which will allow presenters to bring up messages from social media, text messages and e-mails. I'm sure if the show was on air today they would have made use of viewer's comments on social media.
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The Kitchen: There's a new arch way built in which leads to some sort of pantry in the real house so i've included that in the 2001 kitchen look:
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The staircase leading to the bedroom:
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Looking down from the staircase:
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Top of the landing:
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Looking towards The games room:
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Looking from the games room:
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The Bed:
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The Fashion area:
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The short lived checkered mural and just for fun the old Planet 24 building behind it:
The tin texture on the P24 building seems to be strobing on this image.
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The back of the house:
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And lastly the front of the house:
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Brekkie29,251 posts since 4 Jan 2003
HTV Wales Wales Today
Very nicely done. Obviously the old Planet 24 building is gone now so that is the biggest obstacle to a relaunch - though of course back in 1992 they started out without it. With the extra attic space they could probably produce the show - more green rooms for the guests etc. which might be the problem. How far away is the International Broadcast Centre that BT now occupy?
Shouldn't that have been posted in the "John Logie Baird has Invented Television" thread?
JasonB4,678 posts since 20 Sep 2003
London London
Very nicely done. Obviously the old Planet 24 building is gone now so that is the biggest obstacle to a relaunch - though of course back in 1992 they started out without it. With the extra attic space they could probably produce the show - more green rooms for the guests etc. which might be the problem.


I tried to build some sort of production facility in the attic but it is really that small! I was able to fit in it a small office for production and three decent size dressing rooms but not enough room for technical production.

The space behind the house today is still empty with nothing occupying it from the Olympic Park so could a production company rent it from the Olympic Park and put a few porter cabin's on it?
JasonB4,678 posts since 20 Sep 2003
London London
Last and final look of the house from April 2001!

The presenters chairs:
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Fireside:
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Looking towards the kitchen and hall:
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Looking towards the back garden:
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Clip art came in very handy for the breakfasty decor around the walls! Wink
Last edited by JasonB on 21 April 2014 3:28pm
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