A Magazine Office in Which Screaming Is Encouraged

From a New York Times story by Gisela Williams headlined “An Office in Which Screaming Is Encouraged”:

On a Sunday afternoon in January, high-pitched shrieks and deep howls could be heard emanating from an elegant Art Deco building in Berlin’s Charlottenburg neighborhood. Their source was the third-floor office of Blau International, a large-format art magazine whose contributors include the French interiors photographer François Halard, the French fashion stylist Marie Chaix and the German astrologer Alexander von Schlieffen. Published twice a year in English by the German media group Axel Springer and overseen by founding editor in chief Cornelius Tittel, 46, the nine-year-old magazine has recently run such stories as an essay by the Austrian novelist Peter Handke about the 17th-century French artist Nicolas Poussin and one by Tittel himself on the psychedelic work of the young Parisian painter Pol Taburet.