Leslie Anne Wiggins, Architectural Digest

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Past articles by Leslie:

Deauville Is the Hamptons of Paris

This charming French resort town is a stone's throw from the capital city, and chock-full of similar attractions that mirror New York’s ultimate go-to weekend destination → Read More

Proof That Shimokitazawa Is Tokyo's Hippest Neighborhood

Many are calling it the Williamsburg of Tokyo in reference to the trendy Brooklyn enclave → Read More

How to Create a Sleek Contemporary Kitchen

Is your kitchen feeling dated? Discover these stylish contemporary kitchens and find ideas to give your own space a modern refresh → Read More

Here Are the Best Far-Flung Vacation Homes from the Pages of AD

Located around each corner of the globe, these homes have one common link—breathtaking beauty → Read More

12 Exquisite Hotel Rooms That Include Private Pools

From Bermuda to Bali, private personal pools is where it’s at for the ultimate in luxury travel → Read More

These Are 14 of the Tallest Restaurants in the World

Celebrities like Katy Perry love dining in towering restaurants​, like the one in the Eiffel Tower → Read More

What Makes This $1.5 Million Montblanc Pen Inspired by Johannes Kepler So Expensive?

For starters, the limited-edition pen is made of 5,294 sapphires and 570 diamonds → Read More

30 Breakfast Nooks to Brighten Up Your Morning

Beautiful breakfast spaces that make getting out of bed a little easier → Read More

30 Breakfast Nooks to Brighten Up Your Morning

A cozy breakfast nook can make is that much easier to get out of bed in the morning. Get inspired with these ideas and designs for your dining space → Read More

21 Inspiring Rustic Kitchens

Enjoy the homespun charm of AD’s best rustic kitchens → Read More

Johnny Depp Is Selling His $63 Million Estate In the South of France

The 37-acre compound includes a small Provençal village → Read More

This Twisting, Carbon-Eating Tower Starts to Take Form

Located in Taiwan, Paris-based architect Vincent Callebaut’s 20-floor residential building will be an oasis within one of the world’s most densely populated areas → Read More

Bjarke Ingels Tapped to Build Project on a Lake in Amsterdam

The Danish architect caps an impressive year with yet another competition-winning design → Read More

Richard Meier’s First Black Skyscraper Will Be in New York City

Starchitect Richard Meier will drastically depart from his traditional white façades with his latest project, which will be neighbors with the United Nations Secretariat Building → Read More

Perfect Kitchens for Holiday Cooking and Gathering

Gorgeous kitchens from the pages of AD, with seating for friends and family to stay awhile → Read More

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s New Orleans Home Sells for $4.9 Million

The New Orleans home the Jolie-Pitts purchased in 2006 has now been sold, reports People. Situated near the waterfront in the city’s French Quarter, the early-19th-century rowhouse has five bedrooms and three and a half baths, as well as a two-story guesthouse. Interiors feature Venetian-plaster walls, marble fireplaces, and crown moldings. The three-story home is a five-minute walk from the… → Read More

See Which Iconic Architects Won the 2016 LEAF Awards

At the gala dinner in London, Spanish starchitect Santiago Calatrava received this year’s lifetime achievement award → Read More

Here's Your Chance to Go Inside Iconic NYC Landmarks

Open House New York celebrates its 14th year with over 275 sites across the five boroughs, including Ellis Island, General Grant's Tomb, and more → Read More

Tour 100 of the Most Influential Buildings from the Last 100 Years

From modern classics such as Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim Museum to bold new creations such as L.A.’s Broad gallery, a new book surveys the most consequential structures of the past century → Read More

Can This Giant Orb in the Pacific Provide California with Drinkable Water?

The massive glass sphere, which appears to be floating on water, would create energy for its solar distillation pumps as well as for Santa Monica's electric grid → Read More