List of Grand Designs Australia episodes

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Grand Designs Australia is an Australian observational series on The LifeStyle Channel. The series, which is a local adaptation of the British series of the same name,[1] sees host Peter Maddison chronicle the construction of grand and unusual houses. The first season, consisting of 9 episodes, premiered on 21 October 2010 and concluded on 16 December 2010.[2] The ten episode second season aired from 5 April 2012 till 7 June 2012.[3] The eight-part third season premiered on 18 October 2012, concluding on 6 December 2012.[4] Season four, consisting of 10 episodes, premiered on 10 October 2013 and concluded on 12 December 2013.[5] The 10-part fifth season ran from 9 October 2014 through 11 December 2014.[6] A special series of 3 episodes premiered on 4 June 2015.[7] A sixth season, consisting of 7 episodes, premiered on 5 November 2015 and concluded on 17 December 2015.[8]

The series has been renewed for a seventh series,[9] which is set to air sometime in 2016.[10]

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 9 21 October 2010 (2010-10-21) 16 December 2010 (2010-12-16)
2 10 5 April 2012 (2012-04-05) 7 June 2012 (2012-06-07)
3 8 18 October 2012 (2012-10-18) 6 December 2012 (2012-12-06)
4 10 10 October 2013 (2013-10-10) 12 December 2013 (2013-12-12)
5 10 9 October 2014 (2014-10-09) 11 December 2014 (2014-12-11)
6 7 5 November 2015 (2015-11-05) 17 December 2015 (2015-12-17)
7 9 27 April 2017 (2017-04-27) 22 June 2017 (2017-06-22)
Specials 3 4 June 2015 (2015-06-04) 18 June 2015 (2015-06-18)

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2010)[edit]

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Title Location Original air date Viewers
1 1 "Bushfire House" Callignee, Victoria 21 October 2010 (2010-10-21) N/A
After spending 2 years building his dream home in Callignee, Victoria, the worst bushfires in Victoria's history (Black Saturday) burnt the home of Chris Clarke to the ground. After recovering from the shock, Chris decides to rebuild his home on the same site, and the idea of Callignee 2 is born. Follow Chris on his journey to build his spectacular new home in the Australian bush.
2 2 "Very Small House" Surry Hills, New South Wales 28 October 2010 (2010-10-28) N/A
Architect Domenic Alvaro and his partner Sue Bassett purchase a tiny corner car park (7m x 6m) and turn it into 220 square metres of fantastic living space. Despite a rapid pace of construction using prefabricated concrete components, their vertical build faces many interesting challenges. The design won a 2011 World Architecture Festival award
3 3 "Southport Heritage House" Southport, Queensland 4 November 2010 (2010-11-04) N/A
Jan and Ed Gillman painstakingly restore a tumbled-down weatherboard (one of the oldest homes in the region) in Southport, to its former glory.
4 4 "Clovelly House" Clovelly, New South Wales 11 November 2010 (2010-11-11) N/A
Julie and Patrick Eltridge purchase an asbestos-riddled house in Sydney’s beachside Clovelly and in its place build a modern architecturally designed home using a Melbourne firm of 'pre-fab' builders, who custom build them a modular home that is trucked to Sydney and assembled on site.
5 5 "Lake Bennett House" Lake Bennett, Northern Territory 18 November 2010 (2010-11-18) N/A
Trevor and Francoise Sullivan (and their friends) build a cyclone proof tropical tree house that is windowless and based on the shape of a 50 cent piece.
6 6 "Hamptons House" Maudsland, Queensland 25 November 2010 (2010-11-25) N/A
On their 4,000 square metre block, Steve and Lisa Morley live the American dream and build a Hampton's style home in the Gold Coast hinterlands.
7 7 "Fish Creek Church House" Fish Creek, Victoria 2 December 2010 (2010-12-02) N/A
Engineer Peter Riedel and his wife Mary purchase an 1870’s church for $20,000 and re-build it into a beautiful home.
8 8 "Cottage Point House" Cottage Point, New South Wales 9 December 2010 (2010-12-09) N/A
Drew Muirhead builds a spectacular Balinese resort style mansion in leafy Cottage Point. The end result has a private beach with boatshed and speedboat, but the journey to the finish line isn't easy with the slope of the block and access to it posing a number of building challenges.[11]
9 9 "Indented Head House" Indented Head, Victoria 16 December 2010 (2010-12-16) N/A
Ian McDonald and Rob Wilhelm build a spectacular $1.8 million dollar home overlooking Port Phillip Bay on the Bellarine Peninsula.

Season 2 (2012)[edit]

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No. in
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Title Location Original air date Viewers
10 1 "Brighton Sixties" Brighton, Victoria 5 April 2012 (2012-04-05) 106,000[12]
Over the years, Nick and Anna McKimm have almost made a hobby of renovating, selling and moving on. But with three young children, they’re ready to lay down permanent roots and build their dream home. A sleek, modernist, 60’s inspired family residence on a large, half acre block in Melbourne’s bayside suburb, Brighton.
11 2 "Paynesville Industrial" Paynesville, Victoria 12 April 2012 (2012-04-12) 147,000[13]
Ten years ago retired Civil Engineer Bernie Ryan and his wife Ruth, packed up their three kids and moved to Paynesville, a charming seaside town in Victoria's popular Gippsland Lakes region. Bernie’s a tinkerer with a huge shed filled with crazy projects started in a flurry, but left unfinished.
12 3 "Five Dock Retro" Five Dock, New South Wales 19 April 2012 (2012-04-19) N/A
Anne Potter loves all things retro - the fashion, the cars... even the hairstyles. So ten years ago, it was no surprise that she and husband Michael snapped up a modest 60’s bungalow overlooking the harbour in Sydney’s Five Dock.
13 4 "Kyneton Flat Pack" Kyneton, Macedon Ranges, Victoria 26 April 2012 (2012-04-26) 140,000[14]
Kyneton, a country town in Victoria’s Macedon Ranges, is known for historic architecture and bustling farmers markets. It’s the perfect place for foodies Rod Moore and Di Foggo – who are embarking on a huge life change. They’re farewelling a classic Victorian home with traditional furnishings and building a brand new, cutting edge flat pack house on a rugged escarpment overlooking the racecourse.
14 5 "Trinity Beach Pole House" Trinity Beach, Queensland 3 May 2012 (2012-05-03) 134,000[15]
Daniel Leipnik and Andrew Preston have long cherished the dream of a laid-back, barefoot life in the tropics. And they have found the ideal location at Trinity Beach near Cairns in Far North Queensland. Their ambitious new home will grace a hillside block bordering a World Heritage rainforest and overlooking the Coral Sea.
15 6 "Gladysdale Dry Stone House" Gladysdale, Victoria 10 May 2012 (2012-05-10) 94,000[16]
For nine years, Michael and Sandy Rutledge have been making the weekend pilgrimage to their lush 20 acre property in Gladysdale, an hour east of Melbourne. Now they’re leaving the city for a permanent tree change and building a new family home on their acreage.
16 7 "Stonyfell Watertank" Stonyfell, South Australia 17 May 2012 (2012-05-17) 110,000[17]
Life in Adelaide, the driest capital city in Australia, has made Mike Dare and wife Lowen Partridge passionate about conserving water. Like many people, they decided to put a couple of water tanks in their new house. But these are tanks with a difference.
17 8 "Yellingbo Artist's House" Yellingbo, Victoria 24 May 2012 (2012-05-24) 120,000[18]
Art teacher and sculptor Laurie Smith and his wife Renee Hoareau, a trained artist turned web designer, are both zealous art lovers; so joy of joys when, after years of searching they found the ideal block to create their ‘sculpture in space’.
18 9 "Battery Point Glass House" Battery Point, Tasmania 31 May 2012 (2012-05-31) 114,000[19]
Adventurous, outdoorsy types, Greg Kay and Trish Knight, live in the ideal spot to enjoy nature - right on the waterfront in Hobart’s exclusive Battery Point. The plan is to subdivide, sell the heritage cottage at the front of the block and build a new house at the back, facing the water. But councils have a way of altering even the best laid plans – and after several set backs and a re-think, Greg and Trish find themselves embarking on an epic upsizing adventure.
19 10 "Steels Creek Earth House" Steels Creek, Victoria 7 June 2012 (2012-06-07) 119,000[20]
Edd & Amanda lost everything when bushfires swept through Steels Creek. Determined to stay with the land they love, they're building a concrete bunker embedded in the landscape with one side facing the outside world.

Season 3 (2012)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Location Original air date Viewers
20 1 "Mansfield Indoor/Outdoor" Mansfield, Victoria 18 October 2012 (2012-10-18) 123,000[21]
Victoria's high country is the idyllic location of Pamela & Stuart's quaint little weekender but with a permanent move here looming, it's time to upsize. Will their new outward focussing house, have the same charm?
21 2 "Hampton Timber" Hampton, Victoria 25 October 2012 (2012-10-25) 130,000[22]
Jenny & Brett are replacing their loved Californian Bungalow with a sculptural, Japanese style all timber house with wrap-around pool. Pure dedication ensures this uniquely challenging build triumphs despite the challenges.
22 3 "Balnarring Rammed Earth" Balnarring, Victoria 1 November 2012 (2012-11-01) 123,000[23]
Eco conscious entertainers Claire and Lisa adore their hobby farming lifestyle on Victoria's Mornington Peninsula, but the cute 1930's beach shack they've long shared with two pugs has lost its once savoured charm. They're upgrading and building a sustainable, modernist, entertainers' home that blends sophisticated design elements with rammed earth, recycled materials and raw finishes. It all sounds glamorous and straightforward but with a zero contingency budget what happens when a wet winter meets an insidious clay soil?
23 4 "Warburton Arch House" Warburton, Victoria 8 November 2012 (2012-11-08) N/A
Tyrone & Hailey follow the advice of a feng shui expert or 'energy ecologist' throughout construction of their new house. An owner-built labour of love, their passive solar building has a curved living roof planted with native grasses.
24 5 "Byron Bay Beach House" Byron Bay, New South Wales 15 November 2012 (2012-11-15) 158,000[24]
Max and Mariella have been planning to relocate to Bryon Bay since the birth of their daughter Ruby. As successful property developers, an ambitious build shouldn't be a problem - but handing over control to a local building team is harder than they thought. From the outset they make fundamental changes to the design making it a headache for the builder and for Max. Something has to give - especially when the bank learns the house they're loaning money on isn't quite the house being built.
25 6 "Annandale Urban House" Annandale, New South Wales 22 November 2012 (2012-11-22) 176,000[25]
Brett and Rees are the proud parents of three young boys and desperately need more space. They love their inner west community in Sydney's Annandale, so the plan is to build on the small empty allotment behind their apartment. The first sod has barely been turned when one of the heritage buildings on their boundary is in danger of collapsing. Exhausted by ongoing battles and a build that's months behind schedule - will Brett & Rees have enough grit and determination to see their project through to completion?
26 7 "Barossa Valley Glass House" Barossa Valley, South Australia 29 November 2012 (2012-11-29) N/A
James & Helen plan to capture breathtaking Barossa views in their elegant new home. 60 metres long, 1 room wide and virtually all glass, it looks straightforward on paper. The complicated part is building it.
27 8 "Ocean View House" Ocean View, Queensland 6 December 2012 (2012-12-06) 173,000[26]
There's nothing flimsy about Brunella & Carlo's contemporary home in QLD's Ocean View. It's 'semi brutalist' architecture designed to last and driven by Brunella's passion for concrete.

Season 4 (2013)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Location Original air date Viewers
28 1 "Inverloch Sand Dune House" Inverloch, Victoria 10 October 2013 (2013-10-10) 120,000[27]
After eight years of planning, Melbourne couple Glenn and Kate Morris are finally making a start on their striking, sustainable ‘sand dune’ house near Inverloch on Victoria’s Gippsland coastline.
29 2 "South Melbourne Brick House" South Melbourne, Victoria 17 October 2013 (2013-10-17) 112,000[28]
Greg and his partner knock down their old brick home to create a new one, with each brick being individually coloured.
30 3 "Torrens Park Modern Mansion" Torrens Park, South Australia 24 October 2013 (2013-10-24) N/A
A multi-million dollar mansion built on a difficult hillside block of land.
31 4 "Hornsby Heights Adobe" Hornsby Heights, New South Wales 31 October 2013 (2013-10-31) 111,000[29]
Kerri and Judi want to construct a Adobe style building with clay rendered walls and exposed timber in Hornsby Heights, NSW.
32 5 "Richmond Inner City" Richmond, Victoria 7 November 2013 (2013-11-07) 154,000[30]
An inner city house on a hidden block of land with no street frontage, built behind terrace houses.
33 6 "Forest Lodge Eco House" Forest Lodge, New South Wales 14 November 2013 (2013-11-14) 142,000[31]
Chris and his family bought a 4.9m wide spot of land next to their existing house on which to expand onto to create a sustainable inner city home.
34 7 "Ilford Sheep Station" Ilford, New South Wales 21 November 2013 (2013-11-21) 110,000[32]
The Bayfields build a house for their family of 6 on the highest point on their 1000-acre property.
35 8 "Hunters Hill Textural" Hunters Hill, New South Wales 28 November 2013 (2013-11-28) 171,000[33]
A family of 3 knock down their house in the prestegous Sydney suburb of Hunters hill to, at the surprise of their neighbours, build a smaller house. The house will feature a large floating concrete slab with hanging gardens.
36 9 "King Island Whale Tail" King Island, Tasmania 5 December 2013 (2013-12-05) 173,000[34]
A couple move from their home in Northern Australia to build their new home in the harsh environment of King Island in Bass Strait.
37 10 "Curved House" Dynnyrne, Tasmania 12 December 2013 (2013-12-12) N/A
Self confessed hippies Cole and Jane Bradshaw bought a thin sliver of land on an exceptionally steep site only a landscaper could love, in the hilly suburb of Dynnyrne in Hobart …… a place they chose as much for the tight knit community it sits in, as for the location itself.

Season 5 (2014)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Location Original air date Viewers
38 1 "The Graceville Container House" Graceville, Queensland 9 October 2014 (2014-10-09) 96,000[35]
An experimental three storey house made entirely from 31 new shipping containers.
39 2 "Mt. Eliza Modern" Mount Eliza, Victoria 16 October 2014 (2014-10-16) N/A
The single longest build in Grand Designs Australia's history. This 6 year build was all about getting their dream house absolutely perfect.
40 3 "Claremont Origami" Claremont, Western Australia 23 October 2014 (2014-10-23) 122,000[36]
An architect, Ariane Prevost, at the peak of her career, puts it aside to design and build a house for herself and her husband Neil.
41 4 "Foxground Pavilion" Foxground, New South Wales 30 October 2014 (2014-10-30) 105,000[37]
After 30 years as a civil engineer, Joe Cato sells his building business to spend more time with his kids and build a new house. This house will be completed entirely by rammed earth construction.
42 5 "Port Melbourne Urban Green" Port Melbourne, Victoria 6 November 2014 (2014-11-06) N/A
Some people have the ability to see beyond the function of an object – to see it as a work of art – and it is that premise that has driven Melbourne doctors, Ian and Ann Howard, to create a home like no other. Their plan is to build a 3-storey house clad entirely with water tanks – massive 2-metre-high H-shaped black plastic beasts that will form the skin of their new house.
43 6 "Toowoomba English Farmhouse" Toowoomba, Queensland 13 November 2014 (2014-11-13) 132,000[38]
After years working abroad, Sarah and English born husband Alistair Brodie-Fraser decided to relocate back to Sarah’s home town of Toowoomba in Queensland. This time the move will be permanent – close to Sarah’s extended family. But with Sarah’s father being German, her mother Scottish and Alistair’s connection with the UK, memories of Europe were bound to have some influence in the design of their new house.
44 7 "Williamstown Bluestone" Williamstown, Victoria 20 November 2014 (2014-11-20) 82,000[39]
When Jason Bretell and Jennifer Pancari first set eyes on a dilapidated old bluestone cottage in the Melbourne bayside suburb of Williamstown, it was love at first sight. The 150-year-old derelict structure was left almost frozen in time with decaying tools, utensils, and other remnants amongst the ruins – bits and pieces Jason and Jen hope to salvage as they bring the cottage back to life.
45 8 "Brookfield Spotted Gum" Brookfield, Queensland 27 November 2014 (2014-11-27) 129,000[40]
The brief to their architect was simple. A home that not only makes the very best of its location, but is truly unique. In short, as different as possible from the traditional ranch style and Queenslander neighbours.
46 9 "Pipers Creek Strawbale House" Pipers Creek, Victoria 4 December 2014 (2014-12-04) N/A
Like many people, Dean and Sherril Lamb yearn for a simpler existence, for them and their three children. But unlike most people, they’re actually going to try to make it happen. They’ve sold their successful fruit shop and home in Warragul and bought 40 acres in Pipers Creek in country Victoria; all in the pursuit of total self sufficiency.
47 10 "Faraday Aussie Bush House" Faraday, Victoria 11 December 2014 (2014-12-11) 80,000[41]
Before Matt McLelland’s wife Anne died six years ago, they’d been looking for a rural property to build on - a place to call home for them and for their four adult children to come to visit. So when Matt stumbled across 40 acres in central Victoria with spectacular views to Mt Alexander’s granite hill side, he knew he’d found the spot.

Season 6 (2015)[edit]

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No. in
season
Title Location Original air date Viewers
51 1 "5mx4m Inner City Design" East Melbourne, Victoria 5 November 2015 (2015-11-05) 102,000[42]
While in the inner city suburb of East Melbourne in Victoria, a very small block is set to make way for a three story totally green home with geo-thermal heating and cooling and a rooftop garden and spa. Photographer Ralph Alfonso has a very strong sense of how precious our environment is and how little space we really need to live in. His downsized style of living focuses on being as frugal as possible, using a ground-breaking and innovative environmental design. The thing is… the house footprint measures just 5 x 4 metres, making it grand in design, although miniature in size.
52 2 "1920's Electricity Substation" Launceston, Tasmania 12 November 2015 (2015-11-12) 89,000[43]
Mark and Karen Bartkevicius spent two years pursuing the sale of an old electric substation in Launceston, Tasmania, which they then renovated into a modern home, whilst still keeping the charm of the original building intact.
53 3 "The Leaf and Song Tower" Kuitpo, South Australia 19 November 2015 (2015-11-19) 74,000[44]
One of the most distinctive builds of the season takes us to a beautiful vineyard setting just over half an hour from Adelaide. Tailored specifically for new winemakers – opera singer Cate Foskett and her husband Nick, a Silicon Valley whiz kid – the Max Pritchard designed home is in the shape of a leaf, curved on both sides with a spine stone wall running through the middle. A two story ‘song tower’ with a library on the ground floor and a singing studio on the top floor formed the genesis of the design.
54 4 "Modern 1950's House" North Balgowlah, New South Wales 26 November 2015 (2015-11-26) 66,000[45]
Set in an average suburban street in North Balgowlah, this Jetson’s worthy pad – with diagonal structural steel base, floating boxed bedroom, concealed garage, crazy paving, and Tex Mex-meets-Palm Springs inspired garden, promises to push the boundaries.
55 5 "Turners Beach Tree House" Turners Beach, Tasmania 3 December 2015 (2015-12-03) 79,000[46]
Draftsman Nigel Eberhardt is a conservationist at heart – a passion he shares with partner Nina, a school teacher. Their love for the natural environment saw them purchase one of the last remaining native bush blocks in Turners Beach, a beachside suburb brimming with neat houses and manicured lawns, on Tasmania’s north coast, where they build a house around the already established trees.
56 6 "Deakin House" Deakin, Australian Capital Territory 10 December 2015 (2015-12-10) 113,000[47]
Canberra couple Barbara and Bill Coyle have been lucky enough to live in houses designed by Australia’s best known architects. They love modernist architecture so they engaged the right architect to design them something 70’s. Bill an orthopaedic surgeon, has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Their new house with its curved roofline and glass entrance is designed for the future when he’ll be in a wheelchair.
57 7 "Northcote Vinegar Factory" Northcote, Victoria 17 December 2015 (2015-12-17) 66,000[48]
In the Melbourne suburb of Northcote, the Skipping Girl Vinegar Factory was a siren call for sustainable architect, Adrian Light. But old buildings have a way of resisting change and this one is no exception. Adrian has big plans to turn what is essentially a four storey red brick warehouse with 20 huge concrete vinegar vats into a four bedroom sustainable home for his family. At every stage he is confronted with the realities of reworking a stubborn old, wet factory. As the months turn into years this really is a question of who will win?

Season 7 (2017)[edit]

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overall
No. in
season
Title Location Original air date Viewers
59 1 "North Bondi Urban Cliff" North Bondi, New South Wales 27 April 2017 (2017-04-27) TBA
Brendan and Penelope have dreams of a multi-tiered, multi-million dollar home, complete with infinity pool on the side of a cliff in Bondi. But when they constantly change plans mid build, will it ever be finished?
60 2 "Maianbar Cross Laminated Timber" Maianbar, New South Wales 4 May 2017 (2017-05-04) TBA
Sydney couple Phil and Ariana want an adventurous house, something cutting edge that hasn't been done before. This special house will cantilever out from their block and overlook the water at Maianbar.
61 3 "Verrierdale Tent House" Verrierdale, Queensland 11 May 2017 (2017-05-11) TBA
Inland from Noosa in a lush tropical landscape sits Nick and Nicole's sail house. They have a daring design which they hope will look like a yacht moored on dry land and provide them with a true adventure in paradise.
62 4 "Hillbank Medieval" Hillbank, South Australia 18 May 2017 (2017-05-18) TBA
Anglican Reverends Neil and Ruth have long harboured a desire to build their own home in the style of a Tudor farm house featuring timber boards and a church-like interior of hand-crafted exposed structural beams.
63 5 "Ocean Shores Chipboard" Ocean Shores, Queensland 25 May 2017 (2017-05-25) TBA
GP Zewlan and her electrician husband Tom, want an architect designed home in a great location on shoestring budget. Working within a tenuous loan framework, what they create is inspiring.
64 6 "Kensington Curvy" Kensington, Victoria 1 June 2017 (2017-06-01) TBA
Architect Tim Hill has made his name designing small, radically shaped, timber houses. Now it's time for Tim's family to up-size to a new house that will be curvaceously shaped like a foot.
65 7 "Aldinga Beach Dune" Aldinga, South Australia 8 June 2017 (2017-06-08) TBA
Set on a small block overlooking the Southern Ocean, this three-pod home straddles a pair of four-meter high sand dunes on the protected Aldinga Scrub conservation area on the South Australian coast.
66 8 "Stirling Glass Stone House" Stirling, South Australia 15 June 2017 (2017-06-15) TBA
Six years ago Louise and Steve bought two acres of a rambling English garden in the Adelaide hills. Using the local stone their dream home will be a rustic two storey stone farm house with a modern twist.
67 9 "Hamilton Japanese Queenslander" Hamilton, Queensland 22 June 2017 (2017-06-22) TBA
Steve Minon has a fascination for things Japanese. He fell in love with the work of an iconic Japanese architect Yo Shimada, who he contacted to design a house for him.

Specials[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Location Original air date Viewers
48 1 "Brothers Yackandandah House" Yackandandah, Victoria 4 June 2015 (2015-06-04) 90,000[49]
Artistic brothers bond over a spectacular one bedroom creation at Yackandandah.
49 2 "Harcourt House" Harcourt, Victoria 11 June 2015 (2015-06-11) 89,000[50]
Art and Troy are swapping out their life running a grand old Bendigo bed and breakfast for a bold new and dramatically modern enterprise.
50 3 "Kinglake Fire Proof House" Kinglake, Victoria 18 June 2015 (2015-06-18) 87,000[51]
A couple who are building a fire proof, sustainable, non toxic house at Kinglake, an hour out of Melbourne.
58 4 "Kevin McCloud's Top 10 Grand Designs Australia" Various 20 April 2017 (2017-04-20) TBA
Set in historic Homewood House in Surrey, England, Grand Designs Australia host Peter Maddison and Grand Designs host Kevin McCloud sit down with a cup of tea and an old fashioned slide slow to reminisce about the design features of each of the ten homes, selected from the past six seasons. The design gurus talk cladding, tiles and form, and with whiskey in hand, engage in some gentle banter over each other’s take on the architecture of their favourite builds. While the special looks over the past, it also serves as a teaser for the upcoming seventh season.


Home media[edit]

Season Episodes DVD release dates
Region 1 Region 2 Region 4 Discs
1 9 N/A N/A 2 August 2011 (2011-08-02)[52] 3
2 10 N/A N/A 23 August 2012 (2012-08-23)[53] 3
3 8 N/A N/A 6 March 2013 (2013-03-06)[54] 2
4 10 N/A N/A 2 April 2014 (2014-04-02)[55] 3
5 10 N/A N/A 11 March 2015 (2015-03-11)[56] 3

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