Natale’s style is a mixture of opulence, vibrant colors, patterns and textures, with meticulously curated and balanced, layered spaces and modern touches. He has designed products including rug collections of commercial and domestic rugs and carpets for Designer Rugs, wallpaper collections for Porter’s Paints, furniture collections for Stylecraft and Regency Distribution, and a range of tiles for Teranova Tiles.
Ariadne Office – Sydney, 2011
Minimalistic but smart executive style with travertine floors and walnut joinery.
Astor Apartment – Sydney, 2012
Everything old is new again with a maker of an architectural classic
Avalon House – Sydney,2013
Working alongside local architect James De Soyres, Natale was given a clean, minimal structure to transform.
Brigton House – Melbourne,2012
A quite house in Melbourne’s bay side suburbs showcases the multifaceted sensibility of its architect.
Ciolino House – Sydney, 2007
The glamorous and opulent Ciolino House is an evidence of an eclecticism at work.
Clarke & Payne House – Sydney, 2012
This project is characterized by strong both in colour and styles. Classy details here are well combined with modern additions.
Costa House – Sydney, 2014
Light, bright and modern, this two-storey, five-bedroom home was a new build in the southern Sydney suburb of Kogarah Bay. Its clean, white exterior, which gives a nod to cubist principles, has been cleverly constructed to highlight the open space.
Croydon House – Sydney, 2014
One of the original inspirations was one the house’s arches, in which Natale created a series of repeated arches that not only became a standout feature but also opened up the house significantly. Formasetti arch tiles in the kitchen give a nod to this feature. Another feature of the home is the black and white Fornasetti wallpaper accessories that stand out to great effect against the house’s soft powder-blue walls.