Formed only seven years ago, it soon made its mark as one of the most progressive furniture companies.Urban mint heads up some of the most respected Portuguese insignias in the world like Munna, Ginger & Jagger.

Ginger & Jagger appeared only in 2012, standing out for its creation of contemporary design pieces inspired by the purity of the forms of Nature, hand-produced in Portugal by craftsmen using exotic woods and high quality materials like copper, brass and marble. In 2014, the luxury brand Dior has chosen Ginger & Jagger pieces when it remodelled its stores in various capitals around the world like Vienna, Sydney and Kuala Lumpur.

Munna creates new design classics with timeless appeal, firmly rooted in Portuguese craftsmanship. In 2014, it collaborated with the 101 year-old fabric producer Lelievre Paris. The iconic Hughes chair won an International Product Design Award in the Seating category. In 2014 Munna and Ginger & Jagger were included in three new showrooms in Riyadh, Moscow and Shanghai.

Their innovative design, creativity and the detail of each piece convinced the directors of the most luxurious and exclusive department stores in the world, Harrods, in London, to select pieces of these two important brands. Paula Sousa, CEO of Urbanmint, points out that “we were being contacted by Harrods in various international events around the world. After three years we were in a position to become part of their exclusive universe”. Urbanmint is enjoying 100 % growth per year. In 2014 it invoiced 2 million Euros and sold 1613 pieces to 43 countries.