Greg Natale Design was founded in 2001 and since then has used his expertise in architecture and interior design to create stunning, innovative and glamorous environments. Along with his elaborate approach to layering that speaks of luxurious livability, Greg Natale’s strong use of pattern and colour has become recognised as a trademark of the practice.
Eclectic Artful Residence
The Contemporary Residence sits on 600 gracious acres that used to be a horse farm. The interior design is moody and dark partially to catch a break from the scorching Australian sun, but mostly because it creates the richness the clients desired. The Interior Designer also handled the architecture, stripping everything back to its structure and cladding the exterior in black Tasmanian oak. The Designer brought in his frequent collaborator, landscape designer Myles Baldwin. The centralized management of all these elements ensured a rare aesthetic consistency for such a huge undertaking design.
Boca do Lobo’s exclusive Patch Table has an intricate wood veneer top and sculptural base for adding sophistication to any kind of home setting. Patch Table by Boca do Lobo, a stunning craftsmanship piece with a unique design, fits in a contemporary living room or in a sophisticated kitchen. The top of this modern dining table is covered with an intriguing geometric mosaic of wood veneer and the base is made from oak.
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Projected to be the jewel in the crown of the Portuguese brand Boca do Lobo, the Diamond Amethyst Sideboard is a reflection of the furniture jeweller’s expertise and quintessence, undoubtedly deserving its title. Featuring perfectly in this interior design project by Greg Natale, this piece is inspired by the gothic furniture of the romantic period, with its capacity to take advantage of the power of imagination, prevision, and escape, without forgetting its unique character.
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A Pink Glamorous House
The 4,000 square-foot penthouse apartment is an absolute interior design treasure in the Australian high-class suburb of Toorak, in Melbourn. On a trip to the city of lights, Greg Natale, the worldwide famous interior designer, found inspiration in the Parisian arches and swaths of maroon. The clients are jewelry designers and they wanted their personality and passion to e presented in the project. Contrasting this, the space for the residence was originally clean and minimalistic, which is the absolute opposite of the owner’s style, but the perfect starting point for a creative mind.
In addition to the unusual, exotic and unique colour scheme, this project includes a number of exquisite pieces handpicked from various high-quality manufacturers, transforming the penthouse into a design museum. Greg Natale incorporated fantastic brands such as Boca do Lobo and featured the eye-catching Fortuna Dining Table in the dining room.
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The living room is a mix of different textures, materials, colors, and finishes, harmonized by the pink palette, as the basis. In this room, a Boca do Lobo’s Wave Center Table found its place a maroon Minotti sofa and blush Jonathan Adler chairs.
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Lurline Bay House
This beach house unlike any other on the oceanfront with a chic colour scheme, high-end materials, and an exquisite layout that perfectly complements the area. Greg Natale, collaborated with an architect to renovate the façade. He took the concept of a coastal pastel palette and gave it an opulent interpretation through high-end finishes and furnishings. The room has a calm, airy appearance with a supple texture, and its colour scheme of grey, pink, and teal gently echoes the tones outside. With their high-gloss sheen, polished plaster ceilings allude to the fluidity of water, while texture is emphasised by the furniture and wallpaper. Brass rails emphasise a travertine staircase and wall, making it a strong focal point throughout the room.
The space is imbued with a serene lightness of look and softness of touch, with its palette of grey, blush and teal subtly echoing the hues of the outdoors. The polished plaster ceilings suggest the fluidity of water with its high gloss finish, and of course not to be unnoticed is the Empire Center Table that is the focus of this incredible space, this unique piece manages to stand out and make an impression with its elegance bringing glamour to the living room.