Two Magazine Creatives Fit Graphic Art and Vintage Furniture In a Brooklyn Apartment

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By Julie Lasky / Photos by Stephen Kent Johnson
Nicholas Blechman, the creative director of The New Yorker, and Luise Stauss, a photo editor and art director, open their doors.

"We’re not going anywhere," declares Luise Stauss, a freelance art director, photo editor, and soon-to-be mother of two as she rubs her six-month baby bump. Despite the tight proportions of her two-bedroom Brooklyn apartment, she has no intention of trading up for anything bigger.

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