Laura Itzkowitz, Architectural Digest

Laura Itzkowitz

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  • Architectural Digest
  • Travel + Leisure
  • Fodor's Travel
  • Untapped Cities

Past articles by Laura:

Kelly Wearstler Creates a Jaw-Dropping Mosaic for Her New Hotel

The AD100 designer assembled a trove of Portuguese tiles at the new Austin Proper → Read More

Secrets of Times Square in NYC

Love it or hate it, Times Square is undeniably one of New York’s most iconic places. Read on for nine little-known facts that might surprise you. → Read More

The Perfect Pacific Coast Highway Road Trip

California's Pacific Coast Highway is a classic American road trip that should be on everyone's bucket list. Here’s where to sleep, what to eat, and what to see en route from San Francisco to Los Angeles. → Read More

The Top 5 Places Design Lovers Should Travel in March 2020

Early spring brings with it a variety of design-focused festivals and events around the world—from New England to Pakistan → Read More

Savoir Just Released a $300,000 Rotating Bed

Find out what goes into making one of those most expensive beds on the market → Read More

The Caribbean Island Where the Billionaires Go to Escape the Millionaires

If you’ve never heard of Canouan, you’re certainly not alone. A speck of an island with just 2,000 inhabitants, Canouan isn’t nearly as famous as bigger Caribbean islands like St. Barth’s, the Virgin Islands, or Turks & Caicos—and its inhabitants prefer it that way. You see, this is where the world’s billionaires come to escape the hassles of their stressful jobs and everyday lives and unwind in… → Read More

You Can Now Stay in Rome’s Most Stunning Private Apartments

Grand House combines the privacy of a home with 24/7 concierge service, access to exclusive tours, daily housekeeping, and meals by a Michelin-starred chef → Read More

5 Places Art and Design Lovers Should Visit in June 2019

The official start of summer brings plenty of reasons for aesthetes to travel—here are the best spots from San Francisco to Florence → Read More

Art and Design Fans Will Travel to These 5 Destinations in May

From Italy to Australia, these are the major art and design events around the globe worth booking a flight for → Read More

These Luxurious Microhotels Prove Bigger Isn't Always Better

When considering where to stay in New York and other popular cities, travelers would do well to look at microhotels, which offer affordable rooms and local perks. → Read More

5 Destinations Art and Design Lovers Will Travel To in April

As the spring kicks into gear, art and design lovers have plenty of reasons to plan a trip to places ranging from São Paulo to Beijing → Read More

All the Design Events Happening This April

Milan's Salone del Mobile isn't the only major design event coming next month → Read More

The Design Lover’s Guide to São Paulo

It's home to the highest concentration of street art in the world, midcentury architectural masterpieces by Oscar Niemeyer and Lina Bo Bardi, and incredible hotels, restaurants, and museums → Read More

All the Design Events Happening This March

Here's where the design set will be traveling to this month → Read More

The Vatican Gets New Life—Thanks to LED Lights

The project to relight the Sistine Chapel, Raphael’s Rooms, St. Peter's Basilica, and the Sala Regia has taken eight years → Read More

The Top 5 Design Destinations to Visit in March 2019

For art and design fans, the month includes some of the most important fairs of the year → Read More

You Can Live Like Royalty at this Marrakech Hotel Dreamed up by the King of Morocco

The Royal Mansour Marrakech is the epitome of Moroccan luxury → Read More

How to Plan the Perfect Road Trip in Northern Spain

Glittering beaches, architectural masterpieces, must-see art museums, a rich gastronomic tradition, and inviting wine regions → Read More

All the Design Events Happening in February

From Nashville to the Netherlands, here's what not to miss → Read More

February Will See Art and Architecture Fans Flocking to These 5 Places

The year’s shortest month is rife with design-centric offerings from Palm Springs to Marrakech → Read More