Greg Natale´s work never stops to surprise us. This time Greg Natale was responsable for the interior design of an amazing four-level waterfont house that is a true design lover dream. The house on Sydney’s lower north shore with spectacular views of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge was one of Greg Natale´s biggest challenges since he had to create a house that would not be upstaged by what was framed by its wall-to-wall windows.
The current owners of the house are Vonnie and Bill Wavish, who purchased one half of this property in 2007 but, when the mirror-image house next door came on the market four years later, they couldn´t miss the opportunity. The two houses are now fuse seamlessly, with structural pillars where the dividing wall used to be. In a project that lasted more than a year and required tons of creativity, Greg Natale proved two can go amazingly into one.
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Despite of generous, flowing spaces, the owners also wanted floating stairs with a feature wall and a bar on the lower level. The house was planned to be a gallery for the art they had collected over the years, which was a challenge for Greg Natale.
The owners spent a certain amount of time in United States and therefore wanted it´s house inspired in the californian style. Taking into account their wish, the California-inspired front door provides a grand California-style entrance in shimmering cut-out bronze designed by Greg Natale and made by Axolotl, you know you have arrived at a very special place.
That entry on the steep, harbour-hugging site is on the third level, which houses the large open-plan formal sitting, formal dining and casual sitting areas. Running parallel and tucked discreetly behind the white kitchen is an all-bells-and-whistles commercial kitchen with stainless steel everything, which ends the waterfront last level.
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Source: Vogue Living