A big thanks to Tim at Cycling Souvenirs for his great article on my Equipier furniture collection, click here to read it. If you are after a cycling related gift and don’t want to buy a cycling part then checkout … Continue reading
I wish to expand my existing activity by joining forces with an associate. I would like to be able to take on bigger commercial and residential projects while preserving my business ethic – furniture made in the UK using local … Continue reading
It is now possible to buy my furniture safely and securely online through my shop on Etsy. The full Equipier collection is available in a range of options, there is also a selection of my other pieces. Payment is very … Continue reading
Two passions, cycling and design, celebrated in one furniture collection ‘Les Equipiers’, handcrafted by Tom Rowan in Bristol, UK. Designed to integrate your cycling apparel and accessories, whilst enhancing your interior. « A good team-mate will always be there for you … Continue reading
A good teammate will always be there for you, to push you up the steep climbs, to draft you back to the peloton and to hand over their food when you hit the wall. ‘L’équipier’ will hold your gear, keeping … Continue reading
Here is my new collection of Lighthouses, the ambient side lights which add a cosy and warm atmosphere to your interior. The colours can be customized to complement your interior. Each Lighthouse is handmade and painted in my workshop/design studio … Continue reading
A great article by journalist Rachael D’Cruz-Sharpe for the March issue of Somerset Life Magazine. See the complete issue on-line here.
I am very happy to announce that I have three pieces at the very bright and light Tinca Gallery in Portishead.
The cold, crisp, March air was just starting to be warmed by the sun as I set off on a highly important, top secret, charitable, furniture design mission. As I cruised the streets of down town Clermont Ferrand, France on … Continue reading
The ‘Gran Torino’ coffee table’s racy red and white lines are inspired by an out of reach childhood dream icon. Growing up I always wanted to be one step ahead; to ride my BMX beyond the bottom of the road … Continue reading