“Out of clutter, find simplicity.”
Einstein’s first rule of work.
Also the first rule of workspace, according to these guys:
Field, a collective of designers peddling smart, minimalist objects, taking orders now.
Birthed in Chicago and Washington, D.C., Field specializes in items best described as “modern antiques.” Most are manufactured right here in the Midwest. All are built to improve your home or office.
Each piece in their growing collection speaks to an understated, industrial aesthetic: things that look good and have a purpose.
A few standouts:
This heavy yet simple bronze magnifier paperweight
A vegetable-tanned bridle leather mouse pad
And perhaps the most handsome bookends you’ll ever see
They scouted the latter from a small hardware store in Tokyo.
Simplicity found among the clutter.