It's the second quarter final and 4 more the winners from the previous 8 heats are now ready to paint, sew and build their way to a win the last 2 places in the semi-final of the The Great Interior Design Challenge. This time the amateurs are being challenged to re-design 4 compact bedrooms in a 1950's brutalist tower block in Bethnal Green, East London. The spaces are smaller, but it makes the challenge tougher as all 4 want to play to their best strengths. Designed by the architect Denis Lasdon who also designed The South Bank, Architectural Historian Tom Dyckhoff will be looking at the history of the block and how it was rescued from demolition to become one of the more desirable places to live in East London. While Judges Sophie Robinson and Daniel Hopwood will be casting their eyes over the various designs to see who is most deserving to go through to the Semi-final. Our quarter finalists this time are: 33 year old Sales Assistant Luke from Oxford who hopes to add the wow factor with his industrial warehouse scheme; 24 year old student and mum Kimberly from Bicester with her concrete and copper inspired bedroom for the whole family; 65 year old housewife Susan from Maidstone in Kent who hopes to go through with her cool batchelor pad design; and 42 year old Neil from Brighton, who's looking for a win with his bold monochrome room. But only 2 designers will get to go through to the coveted Semi-Final.