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5 of our favourite Grand Designs Australia homes

Take a look back at some of the most impressive design triumphs.

It was another incredible series of Grand Designs Australia, packed with stunning architecture.

And now we need you! Grand Designs Australia is on the hunt for the next offering of amazing builds. 

If you are about to embark on building your dream home or know of friends or family doing the same, please apply here.

If you're in need of some inspiration for your project, take a look back at some of our favourite properties from series 7.

North Bondi Urban Cliff House

Brendan and Penelope spent over $6m creating their dream home, impossibly wedged into a rare plot in Sydney's Bondi. The result was an exceptional contemporary multi-tiered home, complete with infinity pool and wine cellar.

 

Verrierdale Tent House

Essentially a huge, $1.6 million tent in the rainforest, Nick and Nicole certainly made the most of their tropical surroundings. The canopy roof was manufactured in France and the Philippines, making this a truly international design at one with nature.


 

Aldinga Beach Dune

This three-pod home miraculously straddles two sand dunes in a conservation area, but shifting sand was not the greatest challenge for this Grand Designs Australia home. Sand is incredibly stable when compacted - it was protecting the environment which required the most effort while creating this million-dollar house.


 

Maianbar Timber House

Phil Davidson and Ariana Evans set themselves the seemingly impossible task of completing their build in just two weeks. Their secret weapon? A unique European building system never before used in Australia. A flat pack house, essentially. The couple found the perfect solution to living that beachside lifestyle within their $1.1m budget.


Stirling Glass Stone House

Made of 160 tonnes of castle-thick stone, this Grand Designs Australia home is an eclectic interpretation of the classic Tuscan villa. Built in the Adelaide Hills with a $600,000 budget, it's an authentic, rustic farmhouse filled with light thanks to half of the house being made entirely of glass.

 
 

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