Greg Natale – Best Projects To Know About
Born in Australia, Greg Natale is a multi-award-winning designer that has his style well branded in the market. He masterly uses bold mixtures of color and pattern and applies them to create the most sophisticated and exquisite spaces. It has became his signature style.
Greg Natale’s passion for patterns, lines, and colors was extended to other ways like the creation of rugs, carpets, wallpapers, and many others.
The signature style alongside with an intricate approach to layering that speaks of luxe livability, have made Greg Natale into one of the most respectable designers in the world.
In this article we gather some of the best Greg Natale’s projects and you should definitely take a look.
The perfect mix between classicism and modernity results in this amazing four-storey, five-bedroom harbourside house. Mosman house features elements of Italian rationalism and brutalism with art deco touches.
Around the house there’s a particular and constant presence: marble. It’s possible to see marble around all the rooms in walls and portals and in the most exquisite tone like burgundy, pink, green and ivory.
Like Greg Natale has already accustomed us, this house has his signature style with geometric patterns and bursts of color.
A Victorian mansion of two-storey and four-bedroom is one of Greg Natale’s best projects. Ashfield house dates to 1885 and was transformed in a family-friendly residence with a luxury touch that only Greg Natale knows.
Both interior and exterior have a black and white palette with warmth touches of blue, blush, and grey. The texture is present through black-stained oak parquetry floorboards and French paneling. Although the touches, the house has the right balance between tradition and modernity.
Bondi Beach apartment takes us to another world- a world with such incredible design by Greg Natale. This apartment is from 1970s, has three-bedrooms, and a breathtaking view over the beach in Sydney. Due to the apartment’s location, the color palette has tones of pale teal and burnt orange inspired by the water and sand outside.
The renovation project included removing internal walls to create open spaces with the living, kitchen, and dining area. It’s possible to evidence the presence of curve lines either on furniture, decorative elements, and in the apartment’s architecture.
The four-storey with four bedrooms and an amazing view over the ocean is one of the most sophisticated projects of Greg Natale. The coastal pastel palette, materials, and layout match in perfection with the breathtaking surroundings.
The serene light and soft touches take over the house alongside with grey tones. The furniture and rugs were customized and are linked to the landscape outside. The houses also feature a pool, a gym, a cellar, and many others.
This restaurant project is part of the global headquarters of the retail brand Cotton On, and it’s a project by Greg Natale in collaboration with PTID.
Blue, black, and green tones are more prevalent in the restaurant design as well as the elegant brass lights visible in many corners of the space. The black and white marble floors, the blue leather chairs, and the wood details make this project unique and full of sophistication.
The project has also an outdoor area that mixes timber with blue tones through comfortable seating and surrounded by plants. This area was established in collaboration with Myles Baldwin.