Our Workshops

Creating furniture isn’t just a process. It’s an art form. When it comes to design, every decision is executed with purpose. Brosa is proud to be an Australian company that leverages the power of global markets by sourcing international materials and talent. From design to delivery, here’s an insight into how some of our products are made.

Our Workshops

Creating furniture isn’t just a process. It’s an art form. When it comes to design, every decision is executed with purpose. Brosa is proud to be an Australian company that leverages the power of global markets by sourcing international materials and talent. From design to delivery, here’s an insight into how some of our products are made.

Our global workshops

  • Timber table workshop AUSTRALIA

    Timber table workshop

    MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA

    Hailing all the way from London, Brosa maker Paul Clarke has worked with timber and steel in various industries for over 18 years. He shared our vision of delivering high-quality designs to a mass market, without the crazy markups. "I always loved working with timber, going back to when I was very young. I have great memories of helping our my dad in his shed," he says. He now continues his passion for working with timber at Brosa.

    Tasmanian Oak is his material of choice. Strong and stable, it’s strength lies in its versatility. It stands, finishes and glues well, and can easily be steamed or bent. One material, many uses.

  • Fabric house AUSTRALIA

    Fabric house

    MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA

    Located just outside the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, Warwick Fabrics are all about redefining the interior landscape. It can be summarised in their motto, "the only limit is your imagination". A family-owned business and the largest fabric house in Melbourne, it was only natural that Brosa worked with them.

    And just like us, they dislike mediocrity. Our collaborative range with Warwick Fabric is anything but average. You’re spoiled for choice with our Warwick Keylargo, Warwick Mystere and our Warwick Plush, which boasts over 20 different colours.

  • Upholstered furniture workshop CHINA

    Upholstered furniture workshop

    NEAR HANG ZHOU, CHINA

    Hangzhou is the mecca of design and technology in China. In Chinese culture, furniture making is a cross section between art and functionality. Known to produce the finest textiles in China, they’re at the top of their game. Artistic craftsmanship is in their blood.

    Brosa works with a family-run business that’s been passed on for generations. We source our Brosa Signature Premium Blend, as their unique production techniques are second to none in the industry. Order a free fabric sample from us, and you’ll see what we mean.

  • Reclaimed timber specialists CHINA

    Reclaimed timber specialists

    JIANGNAN REGION, CHINA

    The Jiangnan Region was home to many global shipping ports for foreign trades, with some even dating back more than 6,000 years ago. It’s colourful history as a port destination also meant many obsolete boats and ships were left there.

    Despite the aging, the material is still strong. Taking a sustainable approach, Brosa recycled the timber to make some of our best selling products like the Chablis and Pampero. Every piece of recycled timber is a unique antique in itself, with its own story to tell. First we take the timber and remove any unnecessary hardware. Add a clean and stain, and it’s good to go. Great for our products. Great for the environment.

  • Hardwood furniture makers INDIA

    Hardwood furniture makers

    Rajasthan, INDIA

    Walk through any street in Rajasthan, and you’ll see expert craftsman pouring their hearts into sleek hardwood furniture that’s built to last. Fun fact: Rajasthan is also home to the Taj Mahal, a symbol of the perfect relationship between craftsmanship and design.

    Their rich history in furniture making is what attracted us to sourcing our Mango Wood and Sheesham Wood there. We work with a family owned factory, who care for the environment just as much as their staff. All timber is FSC approved for sustained forestation, while staff work in toxic free environments.