DTLA Masterminds: Adrian Izanhour – Visions of Boundless Horizons

Adrian Izanhour

In the world of interior design, a gifted designer possesses the remarkable ability to take an ordinary space and breathe a whole new life and personality into it. It’s an art form that not only resonates with the client’s vision and desires but captures that “genius factor,” inspiring others to reimagine their own sense of style, whether it be for an entire room, use of color, lighting effects, or even just a single item.

Izanhour Design, with creativity and sophistication, excels in this role, where the client’s satisfaction and the inspiration of those who enter are harmoniously intertwined.

Adrian Izanhour, the unique creative genius behind Izanhour Design has an education from Otis Parsons School of Art and Design. Yet, it was Adrian’s journey into the world as a young model in the mid-2000s that sharpened his eye and unlocked his hidden talents as a designer.  Exploring the ancient ruins of South America, unlocking prestigious chambers of Europe and rediscovering the minimalist elegance of Japan, these experiences became the blueprints of his design philosophy, naturally taught lessons that would propel towards his destiny. 

Now a master at creating eclectic, one-of-a-kind spaces, to Adrian, interior design goes even further beyond making a space visually appealing. It’s about business and narrating stories through spaces with the ability to create an ambiance that helps build loyal customer relationships for him and his clients.

“Some may look at interior design as an easy solution for a business or a home. But I’m providing an atmosphere for businesses to create loyal relationships with their customers through the ambiance. And homeowners a chance to walk into their safe havens. The benefit is the impact and will always be.” – Adrian Izanhour

In Downtown LA Adrian’s designer contributions can be discovered in several notable projects. Designing  offices in the LA Times building, creating looks for two restaurants for Dirt Dog in the Crypto Center, and a 10,000 square-foot office space  in historic Chinatown for Contend. Despite his busy schedule, he still finds time to relax at his favorite downtown chill spots, Caña Rum Bar in South Park and Rappahannock Oyster Bar at Row DTLA.

Adrian Izanhour has not gone unnoticed. Recently featured in “People To Watch” by LA Confidential Magazine, he stands as a model for the growing influence in the world of interior design.

Peering into the future, he doesn’t merely dream; he’s composing a vision of becoming an international interior design virtuoso.

With every design, this talented interior designer reestablishes his ability for making the ordinary extraordinary, turn his visions of a lucrative future into a beautifully designed reality. 


Photos – Courtesy of Izanhour Design – Cover photo by Shawn Smith

Author: Keri Freeman

Military mom and proud parent, artist, writer, musician and film maker. Cocktail connoisseur. Publisher of DTLA Weekly.