Big Brother US
Season 1 - Basic
Season 2 - Modern Contemporary
Season 3 - Modern Contemporary
Season 4 - 70's Retro
Season 5 - Art Nouveau
The current Big Brother house was introduced in season 6 and is used today. It is much larger, two stories, with the second floor being the HOH suite. The house was refitted with all HD cameras, in 2014.
Season 6 - House of Secrets
Season 7 (All-Stars) - House of Extremes/Heaven vs. Hell/Good vs. Evil
Season 8 - Alice in Wonderland
Season 9 - Lake House
Season 10 - Generations in American History/Contemporary
Season 11 - Southern California/Green
Season 12 - South Beach/Miami
Season 13 - Venice Beach/Inside Out
Season 14 - Tokyo Pop/80's
Season 15 - Mid-Century Modern/Planes
Season 16 - Urban Treehouse
Season 17 - Steel Wave/Modern Beach
Season 18 - Around the World
Over the Top - Autumn
Season 19 - Summer of Temptation
Big Brother Canada
The original house was used only for season one. The house was mostily on 1 floor with the HoH room and the front door being upstairs. The house is quite unique for a Big Brother house in that the garden is inside with lights being used to simulate day and night. The only outdoor area is a small hot tub area.
Season 1 - Mid-Century Modern
The current house was introduced in season 2 and has been used since. Much of the layout is identical (Location of the DR being next to the stairs, the inclusion of the outdoor door area.) This house also has more rooms on the second story (with the main bedroom, bathroom and HoH room being upstairs). This house also has a small room for twists (in season 2, this was the War Room. In season 3, this was the Vault. In season 4, this was the High Rollers Room. In season 5, this was the Bridge). The room is also used for the HoH to make nominations.
Season 2 - Modern/Contemporary/Natural
Season 3 - Industrial/Steampunk
Season 4 - BBCAN Grand (Casino)
Season 5 - BBCAN Odyssey (Space Ship)
Series 16- Timebomb/Mad Man 60's
Celebrity Big Brother UK
Pinoy Big Brother
Season 1 - Pastel
The original Pinoy Big Brother house featured pastel colored walls.
Celebrity Edition 1 - Back to Basics
For the first Celebrity season, the house was still the same used in Season 1 except that the furnitures and the appliances were missing with only bamboo beds, bamboo tables, bamboo benches were present. However after two weeks, Big Brother gave them the furnitures and the appliances they needed after the celebrity housemates adjusted to the basic lifestyle.
Teen Edition 1 - Neon Pop Art
The first teen season's house was refurbished but still used the same floorplan since Season 1. The walls were re-painted and they added pop-art artworks inside the house.
Season 2 - Modern Neon
The house in Season 2 was a result of a house upgrade happened because the house was used as the Academy in Pinoy Dream Academy. They extended the house up to another lot beside it to give space for the classrooms used in the show. As a result, the Pinoy Big Brother house became larger than ever which was evident in Season 2 as it added a Gym area, a large bathroom area, a secret room, a prayer room and an activity area where the housemates perform their tasks and challenges. Season 2 also introduced the Eviction Hall used in PDA as their Concert hall. The Eviction Hall is where the evictions took place rather than infront of the facade used in the previous three seasons.
Celebrity Edition 2 - Opulent Mansion
For the second celebrity edition, they used the same floorplan of Season 2 but with some modifications. The hallway diminished in length and the living area became a bit smaller. while the Gym area can now be found outside the garden. The concept of the house was opulence in contrast to Celebrity Edition 1's back to basic. They also added a Jail cell also called punishment room while they removed the prayer room.
Teen Edition Plus - Modern Moroccan
For second teen season, the house used the modified Season 2 floorplan used in Celebriy Edition 2, but again with some modifications. The swimming pool grew in size and is now a large rectangular, olympic-like pool that almost dominated the whole garden. The garden was now tiled. An adjacent area called Plus Base was also introduced where in the Guardians would live. The Activity Area was moved inside the Eviction Hall and in result, they brought back the evictions infront of the facade of the house. The front doors were brought back again inside the house instead of being in the garden.
Double Up - Gaudi & Van Gogh
The third season of the Civilian series introduced a new twist called Double Up and as part of the twist. The house is now divided into two equal sized houses, both furnished and connected only via the confession room and the storage room. Both houses were inspired by the artworks of two artists. The House A's interiors were inspired by the works of Antoni Gaudi, a Spanish architect while in House B's interiors were inspired by the paintings of Vincent Van Gogh.
House A - Gaudi
House B - Van Gogh
Teen Clash 2010 - Summer Holiday
Teen Clash's house followed the concept of two houses and refurbished the houses used in Double Up. Both houses were summer themed as Teen Editions were considered the Summer seasons. The House A now became Villa while House B became Apartment.
Unlimited - House of the Social Classes (Slum/Industrial/Luxury)
The house used the Double up floorplan but with modifications. The house was divided into four areas. The slums, the industrial house and the luxury house. The Industrial House didn't have an outdoor area and was completely blocked from the sunlight. While the Luxury house was connected to the Pool in which they first called as the Resort used when the housemates get a reward. It later became part of the luxury house. The slums was located where the original location of the activity area can be found. In Double Up it was used as House B's outdoor area. The Luxury and Industrial houses were connected via secret hallway.
The concept of the houses were about the different rankings of social status by the Filipinos, mainly the Upper Class people, the middle class people and the people below the poverty line.
Industrial House (Middle Class)
Rich House (Upper Class)
Teen Edition 4 - The Seventies/Big Brother's Teenhood
The Teen Edition 4 used the luxury house's floorplan in the previous season. It was the first season since Teen Edition Plus to have single house. The house was refurbished within a week, the fastest renovation ever in Pinoy Big Brother history. The house concept was the 1970s, it was inspired by Big Brother's teenage years. The activity area was brought back to its original location.
All In - Neo-Modern Pastel
The house's floorplan didn't change since Teen Edition 4. The interior design however was in Neo-Modern design.
737 - Filipino Pop Culture
For the 737 season, the floorplan was tweaked. The bedrooms were larger and its locations resembled those in House A in Double Up. A long hallway that leads to the Confession Room, Storage Room and other secret rooms were added. The concept of the house was Filipino Pop Culture and it introduced the pop-up art.
Season 7 - Philippine TourismThe Pinoy Big Brother house in Season 7 used the same floorplan in 737. The concept was about the different provinces of the Philippines and featured its scenic locations via wall murals.