Oswald Noel Coulson (known as Noel) was born in Geelong in 1905 and studied architecture at the Gordon Institute of Technology in Geelong. In 1923 became a pupil of the architect I.G. Anderson, responsible for several public buildings in Geelong and later worked as an architect, interior designer and landscape designer after establishing his own business in the 1950s. He designed interiors and furniture as well as domestic architecture and designed the gardens for the 1956 Olympic Games village in the Melbourne suburb of Heidelberg. However the core of his business were interiors for a wealthy and sophisticated predominantly Jewish business clientele in Toorak and South Yarra. He retired in 1970 but remained active until ca.1975.

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O. Noel Coulson (1905-1993), pair of lamps, c. 1958…

Spherical Lamps by O. Noel Coulson (Pair)

O. Noel Coulson (1905-1993), pair of lamps, c. 1958 manufactured by S. Andrewartha furniture, Melbourne, three compressed spheres on marble base with cream drum shaped shades (2). Height 90 cm. Provenance: Commissioned for 211 Kooyong Rd, Toorak, VIC, c.…