Grand Designs New Zealand

About the Show

About the Show

Chris Moller presents the New Zealand version of the architecture programme that features fascinating stories of ambitious and innovative homeowners who are creating the house of their dreams. Architects often say that building in New Zealand comes with two main challenges, it rains and it shakes. But the weather and seismic activity also provide New Zealand with a wealth of dramatic landscapes, which in turn require creative approaches to building.


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Posted by Elizabeth1636Report
So it looks like we're a year behind in Australia. Lol.
It got me thinking about what velvet is used for etc. So just spent the last hour reading about it. Thanks for giving me something else to do
Posted by Lorelle37Report
I'm not a gold digger, but a genuine down-to-earth country Aussie girl who grew up on the land and liked what I saw (Lachlan) on Grand Designs NZ. I am also looking for someone to spend the rest of my life with and would be willing to move to NZ for the right man. Hoping to hear favourably back from you soon.
Posted by Lorelle37Report
Hi I live in Australia and your first episode featuring Lachlan, the deer farmer, who built his gorgeous house out of concrete screened last night. I would like to contact Lachlan. Would you kindly pass on this information to him and I would love to have a way of communicating with him via email or some other form of social media? I was taken with him and believe he was looking for a wife or partner when he built his home and if he is still available, I am extremely interested in getting to know him from across the ditch. I would like to hear back if you are able to do this favour for me and look forward in the near future hearing from you. I didn't know how else to contact Lachlan but by using you as a go-between. Hope you don't mind. Many thanks in appreciation and anticipation.