In this episode of A Place Less Ordinary, where we explore incredible Australian homes that are anything but regular – and the extraordinary owners who create them.
From a rotating home that moves with the sun to a floating home, to a bubble-shaped abode and everything in between, this series will take you inside homes you never thought possible.
We tour the very special home of Irene Spillmann and Michael Farkas who have been living in underground houses in South Australia’s Coober Pedy for well over 20 years.
Michael insists that building these types of homes is a smart way to help to reduce the impact our homes have on the environment:
The walls, which were all carved and crafted with great care, each have their own personality, says Michael, which gives each room its own unique texture and feel.
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