Grand Designs Australia

September 2017

Series 7 Episode 5

3.0 0 x
A young family take a sustainable, economical approach to creating an architect-designed yet compact, simple and modest home on a shoestring budget on a ridge above Ocean Shores in New South Wales

Series 7 Episode 4

4.0 0 x
Anglican reverends Neil and Ruth Mathieson build a barn-inspired medieval manor with timber beams and a spectacular two-storey Gothic window as its centrepiece in the Adelaide suburb of Hillbank

Series 7 Episode 3

4.0 0 x
Nick and Nicole New construct a super-engineered tent that incorporates a huge, taut, translucent sail covering a rectangular pavilion with a retractable roof in the lush Queensland rainforest

Series 7 Episode 2

3.0 0 x
Phil Davidson and Ariana Evans construct a new home in beachside Maianbar, south of Sydney, utilising over 130 precision-cut panels of cross-laminated timber and sticking to a very strict timetable

Series 7 Episode 1

Expired 4.0 0 x
Brendan Moran and his wife Penny build a multi-tiered tower with an infinity-edge pool on a steep, hard-to-reach site by the cliff face of a former quarry in the Sydney beachside suburb of North Bondi
June 2016

Series 6 Episode 10

Expired 3.0 3 x
Architect Adrian Light and his partner Liz Murdoch buy a 100-year-old vinegar factory in Melbourne's hipster suburb of Northcote to turn into a family home, but are soon beset by building issues

Series 6 Episode 9

Expired 3.0 5 x
Barb and Bill Coyle from Canberra build a modern 1970s-style home to suit their evolving needs: a T-shaped, north-facing house with featured curves, raked ceilings, bagged walls and a sloping roofline
February 2016
47:15

Series 6 Episode 7

Expired 3.0 5 x
Warwick Noble and Melanie Hughes from New South Wales build a home that's an unashamed homage to late 1950s 'post-atomic' architecture, with exposed rock wall fireplaces and a rooftop cactus garden
47:29

Series 6 Episode 6

Expired 3.0 6 x
Cate and Nick Foskett build a leaf-shaped home with curved windows, walls, ceilings and roof in the Adelaide Hills, featuring a cellar for their home-produced wine and a two-storey song tower
47:27

Series 6 Episode 5

Expired 3.0 5 x
Mark and Karen Bartkevicius restore an old hydro-electricity substation at Launceston in Tasmania and convert it into a two-bed home, salvaging original antique bricks and using old-school lime render
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