It's the second of the two quarter finals, and three previous winners battle it out for two places in the semi-final. This time the pressure is on as our amateurs take on three double height reception rooms in an imposing Edwardian school conversion. The competition is fierce as the designers have £1200 and just 3 days to complete their rooms. At the end one of them will leave the competition. Our first designer is out to deliver an edgy scheme, answering a whimsical and decadent brief – with a flock of ornamental birds. The second designer must work to a refined brief, while still showcasing their natural creative flair. While our third designer is out to prove they are learning the rules of design, but a lack of knowledge in spatial planning could prove problematic working with these awkward double height rooms. Architectural Historian Tom Dyckhoff delves into the fascinating history of this grand school building. While Judges Sophie Robinson and Daniel Hopwood will decide which two designers will go through to the semi-final, and which one will leave the competition.