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Grand designs Australia. Series 7
Grand designs Australia. Series 7
Videos and DVDs
Grand Designs Australia Series 6 is one of the most diverse series yet in terms of building styles, personalities and locations. It's an eclectic mix of architectural wizardry borne from outstanding ideas and inspirational people striving to create an environment that truly represents them. Featuring unique builds in diverse locations, such as a home in Kuitpo, South Australia, which has been built in the shape of a leaf, a three four-storey eco-friendly house in inner city Melbourne which measures just 5 x 4 metres and a derelict vintage electricity substation in Launceston which is transformed into a modern cutting-edge home. On the north coast of Tasmania a first-time designer and conservationist makes his priority a 30-metre eucalyptus, as he builds a wrap-around tree house. Melbourne's laneways see a sustainable architect with big plans to turn a crumbling red-brick warehouse into a four-bedroom house. Once again, Grand Designs Australia brings the characters, the houses and the stories together in an insightful series of inspiration and awe.
[Australia] : Fremantle Media, [2018]Australia : Roadshow Entertainment, [2018]
4 DVD-videos (approximately 692 min.) : sound, colour ; 12 cm.
Originally screened on television in 2017.Roadshow Entertainment : R-123351-9.In English.
Presented by Peter Maddison.
Censorship classification : M.
System details:
DVD region 4 ; PAL ; widescreen 16:9 ; 1.78:1 full frame ; Dolby Digital 2.0.
Disc 1 : Hamilton Japanese Queenslander -- Maianbar Cross laminated timber -- Verrierdale tent -- Hillbank medieval. Disc 2 : Ocean shores chipboard -- Kensington curvy -- Aldinga Beach dune -- Stirling glass stone house. Disc 3: North Bondi urban cliff -- Daylesford long house -- Tallebudgera Valley, Queensland -- French Island barge -- Disc 4 : Stanley Windmill -- Coombs curtain wall house.
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LocationCollectionCall numberStatus/Desc
Beaumaris LibraryDVDDVD 728.0994 GRAIncomplete AV (Set: 19 Mar 2020)