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A celebration of materiality, this four-storey, five-bedroom harbourside house features twenty-eight different types of stone in a richly layered design.
Greg Natale Design took inspiration from the Villa Necchi Campiglio in Milan with its blend of pared-back classicism and modernity, and the project features elements of Italian rationalism and brutalism combined with art deco touches.
Marble makes a statement in floors, walls and portals, defining different areas in tones of burgundy, pink, green and ivory, and laid in styles from geometric patterns to Palladiana mosaics. The colours and lines of stone break up the large spaces, adding interest and warmth, with further details courtesy of timber treatments throughout. Fluted walls draw on art deco influences while square panels on cabinetry are brutalist in style, taking their cue from a brutalist wall sculpture designed by Greg Natale in a central courtyard.
Ceiling coffers add drama, while a sumptuous collection of vintage, contemporary and custom furniture and accessories brings neutral and gold tones to the luxe mix of colours and finishes that grace this grand house.
See entire project in Greg’s new book; The Layered Interior Out now.