Grand Designs Australia

Take a Tour of the Inverloch Sand Dune House

Take a tour of the incredible sand dune house from episode 1, season 4 of Grand Designs Australia.

In this episode, 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. 

For them, this crescent shaped, spaceship-like design is the ultimate response to a wind swept location. Once building gets underway, the couple need even more patience as attention to detail is paramount in this curvaceous new building.  Lets hope it lives up to their high expectations.

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Posted by Mick19Report
I have just finished watching the show on this fantastic home. I was privileged enough to be involved in helping design a very similar curved roof straw bale home back in New Zealand almost 8 years ago (see It was only due to the masterful design and build skills of Evan Crawford and Dave Murray that this beautiful home happened (with 4 split levels, over 500sqm of floor area, hydronic underfloor heating, super-insulation and more). It was like having deja-vu watching the program :)