Grand Designs Australia

    • Series 2 Episode 1

      Series two of the Australian architecture show presented by Peter Maddison begins with the design and construction of a 1960s-inspired home in the beachside suburb of Brighton, Melbourne

    • Series 2 Episode 2

      Peter Maddison meets retired engineer Bernie Ryan, who plans to use an eccentric, industrial design, a minimal budget and a cowboy attitude to build a new home in Paynesville, Victoria

    • Series 2 Episode 3

      Peter Maddison meets Anne and Michael Potter, who plan to build a modern version of a retro home, featuring curved steel and walls of glass, overlooking the harbour in Sydney's Five Dock.

    • Series 2 Episode 4

      Rod Moore and Di Foggo are food fans, immersed in the holistic, back-to-nature lifestyle of Kyneton, an intimate country town in Victoria famous for its fresh produce and historic architecture.

    • Series 2 Episode 5

      Peter Maddison meets Daniel Leipnik and Andrew Preston, who plan to build a slick, pavilion-style home, huddled around a pool and propped up by poles on a coastal hillside outside Cairns.

    • Series 2 Episode 6

      Peter Maddison meets Michael and Sandy Rutledge, who plan to build a home that is a combination of Old World European and sleek, contemporary style at Gladysdale, east of Melbourne

    • Series 2 Episode 7

      In Adelaide, Mike Dare appoints himself architect, engineer and project manager as he sets about creating a home supported by water tanks with the roof acting like a giant funnel

    • Series 2 Episode 8

      Peter Maddison meets Laurie Smith and Renee Hoareau, who plan to build a cube-shaped home of steel, stone and glass where they can create and display their artworks at Yellingbo, Victoria

    • Series 2 Episode 9

      For adventurous, outdoorsy couple Greg Kay and Trish Knight, their current house on Hobart's exclusive Battery Point waterfront is in the perfect spot, so they didn't want to go far

    • Series 2 Episode 10

      Peter Maddison meets Edd and Amanda Williams from Steels Creek in Victoria, who plan to build a robust concrete bunker that would be embedded in the landscape and safe from bushfires