Read Boulevard Magazine’s feature on David Coulson’s career
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David was featured twice in Arbutus Magazine
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Read about David Coulson’s studio in the woods, in the Victoria Times Colonist
A CELEBRATION OF STYLE ON THE HOME FRONT…Writer Grania Litwin teams up with award winning photographer Debra Brash on a tour of homes beyond the Capital Regional District. They’ll take us over the Malahat and to the Gulf Islands – and, as always, they’ll talk to homeowners, interior designers, architects and artists who influence the way we live.
About 25 years ago, designer David Coulson bought a bucolic two-acre spread near Duncan with a charming heritage house on it.
Over the past two decades, he has gradually added a rustic inlaw cottage, a woodworking shop for his business and a greenhouse – but what he really craved was a studio in the woods, and a tree fort.
He recently built the 890-square-foot studio at the back of his property, strategically located next to a cluster of tall trees. Now he’s dreaming up plans for a “sophisticated” two-storey treehouse that will be 20 feet high and connect to his studio by a bridge.
“I’ve always loved treehouses and being in the trees,” said Coulson, who says he may include a fireman’s pole or rope “for quick exits.”