Located along Coral Way near the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City, Casa Ibarra is a modern Filipino inspired venue accentuated with indigenous materials such as capiz shells, raffia fabric, and T’nalak, which help create its unique identity. Wood and raffia weave are used in abundance to create warmth while balancing it with light-colored walls for the bright interior.
This place is a true showcase of Filipino talent and culture in a modern setting and it was a real pleasure seeing all the corners of this fantastic venue during its grand formal launch last Tuesday (November 21).
Casa Ibarra is the newest from Ibarra’s Party Venues – there are five. The first one was Ibarra’s Garden located in Padre Faura Street in Manila which became an industry forerunner for event venues and catering in the early 2000. Due to the increasing demand of the debut and wedding industry at that time, they expanded their operations in 2004 and established Plaza Ibarra in Timog Avenue, Quezon City. In 2010 and 2011, Bella Ibarra in Quezon Avenue and Villa Ibarra in Tagaytay were introduced.
Each of Ibarra’s venues has its own uniqueness. Bella Ibarra is a timeless and elegant venue, with charming function rooms to suit small and big scale celebrations. Ibarra’s Garden on the other hand, is a classic antique house built in the 1920’s, with a quaint garden inspired by American Art Deco architectures. Plaza Ibarra is a Mediterranean-themed garden set-up combined with elegantly styled ballrooms and a lighted grand staircase. Villa Ibarra is their hotel on the ridge of Tagaytay with a picture-perfect view of Taal Lake.
Now Casa Ibarra is the largest among all the five venues which blends the comfort and simplicity of modern party venues with the traditional feel of a genuine Filipino home.