At Intracorp, we are surrounded by those people who have the gift of possessing “the eye”. From just the right color palette, to just the right cushion, to just the right fabrics, this talented bunch knows how to make a space sing. So as our relation...Read More
Home: More than ever, it's where the heart is
They say home is where the heart is, and in my experience, at no time has that been more true than now. While it has always been the place from which we launch and conclude our days, and that sanctuary where we socialize and recharge come weekend, today it’s significantly more encompassing.READ MORE
Times have changed
We’re not going to say what you’ve already read or been told elsewhere countless times before over the last few weeks. These are unprecedented times, and we all get it. But we will say this: When it comes to operating in this new version of reality – be it temporarily or for the longer term -– the positive experience (and safety) of our homeowners remains at the forefront of all modifications implemented.READ MORE
Take a Seat: The Chandigarh Chair by Pierre Jeanneret
In the 1950s, Swiss architect Pierre Jeanneret unveiled the teak-and-cane Chandigarh chair with the simple goal of creating functional seating. While its functionality in the home cannot be argued – this is, after all, a chair that works in the dinin...Read More
Public art, public spaces: The truest reflection of our shared humanity
The painter, Hans Hofmann said: “A work of art, is a world in itself, reflecting senses and emotions of the artist’s world.” While we agree, we also believe art reflects the senses and emotions of society at large. Of time. Of place. And it’s for tha...Read More
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