A.F.Brosch Woodworking is home to New England's premier cabinet maker: Alfred Brosch.

With over 45 years of experience and top-tier training, Austrian native, Alfred or "Friedl", followed his family and brought his expertise and love of custom wood furnishings to the small New England town of Essex, MA. Tucked away on 143 Main Street, you can find him working daily on a variety of projects from custom built-ins to doors to kitchen cabinets to dining tables and anything in between.

 
 
Custom Vanity, Manchester MA

Indoors

With over 45 years of experience, Friedl sure has built his fair share of custom vanities. 

The photo above is of a vanity that he build for a new construction in Manchester, MA.

Custom Entry Way, Cape Ann

Outdoors

Entry ways are like first impressions. You have one chance. 

The photo above was taken of a custom entry way that Friedl built in fall 2014.

Yes, right before the New England "snowmageddon 2015."

Outdoor Bar, Shea's Essex

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Friedl has years of experience working on custom bar tops, both indoor and outdoor. 

The photo above is of a custom outdoor bar top at Shea's Riverside in Essex. Go check them out and sit at the fun bar inside, Frield made that too. Don't forget to look at the custom moulding's. You guessed it! He made those too.

Design it. Build it. Restore it. Install it.

 

Friedl is passionate about his work and the ultimate goal is always to have a happy client. You're home is where your heart is. Why not let us create something to enhance that space? Friedl can come to your house and talk about your exact needs. He will listen to your problems and draw up the best possible solutions, all while keeping you in the loop and allowing you to give input. Each space is unique and so each peice should be too.

 

 
Custom side table Essex, Ma
Sideboard
Furniture is meant to be used and enjoyed.
— Natalie Morales
Dining Table

Made to last a lifetime. . .and probably longer.

 

Each peice is hand made by Friedl himself. His workshop is filled with tools that you would have come across at the beginning of the 18th century; from hand planers to carving tools to wood clamps. You won't find any heavy machinery here, just some typical wood shop tools and a guy who can make anything happen.... anything.

 

 
custom sideboard
round vanity