Flat Pack Mansions
Ian and Rob dream of owning a property by the sea overlooking Port Phillip Bay. They want a home designed for entertaining with all the mod cons that come with the grandeur of city living.
Drew Muirhead wants to create a Balinese-resort-style mansion in Sydney's smallest suburb. But with an ever-dwindling bank balance, will he ever see his dream house completed?
Peter Riedel and his wife Mary bought an 1870s church on a whim. They envisage converting it into a home overlooking Wilsons Promontory, at the southernmost tip of the mainland.
Steve and Lisa Morley dream of recreating an American Hamptons-style home on the Gold Coast of Australia. Lisa's done her research, but struggles to convince everyone else of her vision.
For 17 years Trevor and Francoise Sullivan have lived in an open-sided shed, 100 km south of Darwin. Now they want to swap the shed for a handmade, cyclone-proof tropical tree house.
Australian version of the architecture show. IT professionals Julie and Patrick Eltridge want to turn their plot in Sydney's Clovelly suburb into a slick, ultra modern, two-storey home.
Australian version of the architecture show. Jan and Ed Gilman have found the perfect project on the sunny Gold Coast: the 1880s summer house of explorer Sir Augustus Gregory.
Architect Domenic and his partner Sue love Surry Hills in inner Sydney. But the location comes with a nightmare price tag, so they have to do a bit of lateral thinking.
Australian version of the architecture show. In this episode, host Peter Maddison meets Chris, who is rebuilding his dream home, which was destroyed in 2009's Black Saturday bushfires.