We specialise in crafting custom built joinery and furniture for commercial and high-end residential projects.
With a reputation for craftsmanship and excellence, we have been involved in some of Australasia’s premiere projects in the commercial, residential and hospitality sectors – Westpac (commercial branch fitouts), The Landing (bespoke residential development in the Bay of Islands), Sovereign Island (Gold Coast, AUS), Clooney Restaurant (Auckland) and flagship Speights Ale Houses (Blenhiem & Stonefields) to name but a few.
We work closely with our design partners and clients to create unique, beautiful solutions that you won’t find anywhere else.
Our focus is on designing and crafting to the highest standards. With owners who are craftsmen themselves, we have over 40 years combined knowledge and experience in delivering cabinetmaking.
And we have developed timber and metal finishes that are unique to Bremich – our Ebonized Oak™, Blackened Steel™ and Weathered Timber™ finishes feature in some of the stunning projects featured on this site.
From kitchens, bathrooms and joinery, to specialist furniture items – we love creating solutions that leave you wanting more.
From the age of 7, Mike was in his father’s workshop, working alongside his Dad – making stuff. The first thing he made was a rubber band gun for shooting flies.
By high school, he was at the top of the class in wood work, and it was clear he was never going to be anything other than a cabinet maker. On the day Mike left school, he rang all cabinetmakers he saw on the bus route home and was soon being paid to do the work he loved.
Mike is the creative visionary for Bremich projects. He thrives on the consultation process and developing creative solutions to design challenges.
A skilled sailor and keen but tragic golfer, outside of work Mike is always up for an adventure.
Brendan grew up following his painter-father around building sites. He loved timber but hated watching paint dry, and after a mishap between a sanding machine and his fathers car, was encouraged to pursue a career in cabinet making.
Brendan found his love – and graduated top of his class in trade cert.
Seeing a job finished to perfection is Brendan’s passion. It’s the little details that make all the difference.
Outside of work, Brendan is a gun tennis player and former club captain for Northcote Point Tennis Club and can often be found out fishing or camping with his family.