Ventura Design, Ireland’s leading interior design and bespoke furniture manufacturing company is delighted to announce their expansion into mainland Europe, with the opening of their exclusive showroom in Quinta do Lago's Amancil later this summer.
Led by Creative Director Arlene McIntyre and CEO Juergen Riedel, who looks after the manufacturing and business development side of Ventura, their international team is made up of over 50 specialists in the areas of design, interior architecture, artisan craftsmanship, and the highest standard of 3D visualization.
For over 16 years, their team has worked with one ambition in mind, to deliver the most prestigious solutions for their clients’ homes.
Ventura Design has provided interior design, interior architecture, Irish-made hand-crafted furniture, and full 360 installation services for some of Ireland and the UK’s most luxurious private homes, leading hospitality establishments, and property developers.
Creative Director Arlene McIntyre tells the IPBN, "We pride ourselves on providing an end-to-end solution, from conception to completion. Our team is adept at dealing with any project – from small interior updates to large-scale commercial renovations."
During this current climate, Ventura is continuing to operate virtually through their range of virtual services, accessed through their Dublin and London showrooms where they can work to any brief, for any location, across Portugal and beyond.
The below image of the living room is of the Super Penthouse Ventura did from top to bottom in the Marina Village. Ventura has been shortlisted in the International Design and Architecture Awards 2021 for their work on this property.
The IPBN is very much looking forward to the year ahead and hopes our members find value in the effort we put into keeping us all connected. While some details are still being arranged, we are confident to announce what’s on for 2023 so that we can find the best way to highlight our members, make introductions, and facilitate trade.
The Embassy of Ireland and the IPBN, in collaboration with Enterprise Ireland, held a fascinating seminar on Ireland-Portugal Economic Relations on Friday, April 29 at the offices of the União de Associações do Comércio e Serviços in Lisbon.
In the Tourism and Events sector, two of our members noted that they were able to readjust their business models and build out their skillsets to fight the negative effects of social distancing, lockdowns, and closed borders on their businesses: United Events Global and Quinta dos Vales