An apartment in Harry Seidler's landmark Horizon tower in inner-Sydney Darlinghurst, with westerly views to the Blue Mountains.This inner-city apartment was gutted to transform it into a dramatic space that perfectly reflects its owner's love of strong graphics.
The idea was to open it up to the view and treat the kitchen as a piece of furniture. I was inspired by Harry Seidler and the angles of the building, so you'll see there are hardly any right angles in this apartment.
The kitchen acts as a sculptural feature along one wall, with the angular join between the mirror and splashback mimicking the triangles of the carpet. Minotti table teamed with metal-framed Bertoia chairs.
Greg Natale's apartment in The Horizon, a landmark building by the late Australian architect Harry Seidler, was both a dream come true and the ultimate challenge.
A Seidler fan, Greg opened up the small space and brought his love of pattern and layering to it. Removing some walls and relocating others, he worked with the layout's many angles by introducing more angles in the finishes and furnishings.
Monochromes are key, accented by pops of pink. Space is enhanced via angled mirrors, a floating kitchen bench and a flowing granite kitchen wall and floor. A coffee table referencing the Memphis design movement and objects sourced over time speak of Greg's unique style.