She tells the magazine, "It may seem peculiar to an outsider that my office is devoid of decoration or flowers or pictures or tchotchkes, but in fact it's deliberate. The less chaos, the better. The impersonal and pared-down modernist look is actually quite conducive to writing and meetings."
More photos after the jump...This is the office of editorial director for collecting Fritz Karch. We love how much history seems to be in the space. We want to sneak into this office and thumb through the mysterious stacks of books and the antique boxes crowding the ceiling. He tells the mag, "Some people need absolute quiet and order to think. I'm not one of them. Absolute quiet terrifies me." The antique cooking molds hanging on the walls began accumulating after he proposed a story on them. "I became a victim of our own success. I kept going and going." We suppose it would be a bit weird if the editorial director of collecting wasn't a collector himself. photos: Robert Polidori for MSL