Apple TV+ announced that the elevated home-design docuseries “Home” has been picked up for a second season and will premiere globally on Friday, June 17.
Each episode in the second season of “Home” unveils the boundary-pushing imagination of the visionaries who dared to dream and build them around the world, including the Netherlands, South Africa, Indonesia, Australia, Mexico, Iceland and more. Through these unique stories from the homeowners, their deep intention and unique vision is unveiled in the remarkable homes they’ve created, leaving an indelible impact on those around them.
France: Hourré House
A 17th-century farmhouse becomes a serene homestead while providing accessibility and independence for an architect’s daughter.
Mexico City: Casa de Carla y Pedro
Two renowned artists sculpt a modern-day cave dwelling, mixing contemporary design with traditional Mexican techniques and materials.
South Africa: House of the Big Arch
Nestled in the lush canopy of the bush, two veterinarians and their son build a home aimed at preserving the region’s rich biodiversity.
Iceland: The Concrete Factory
An abandoned concrete factory in a remote fishing town finds new purpose and serves as inspiration to revitalize the dwindling village.
Long Island: Sag Harbor
Locals from one of the few remaining Black beachfront communities fight to preserve their neighborhood’s history and future.
Amsterdam: Three Generation House
To accommodate his growing family, an architect redefines how multiple generations live harmoniously under the same roof.
Determined to nurture a life of continued learning, a couple build a sustainable oasis that combines their love of farming and gastronomy.
An architect’s passion for experimentation transforms a bioclimatic house into a microcosm of his world and playground for his imagination.
Barcelona: Bene’s House
A restored gothic villa—with centuries-old frescoes, archways, and carvings—becomes an homage to a love lost too soon.
Ghana: Inno-Native House
Built using native materials and techniques, a beautifully modern home is a call for future designers to decolonize building practices.