Griffin Goldsmith was born in Lower Manhattan in 1992. He studied design in San Francisco (CCA) and spent one semester in Paris (ENSCI). Griffin is learning about making all things + sharing his insights through designed artifacts. He picked up some professional experience as a junior designer at MostModest in South San Francsico, and as an intern for Stephen Burks in New York. He is currently a product designer at the architecture and interiors firm, Workshop/apd.
This set of bookends utilizing marble scraps left over from industrial manufacturing. Through a series of mitered cuts and stone epoxy, the bookends create an assemblage of geologic delight. The small rubber pad adhered to the bottom ensures they won't slip even when supporting your heaviest coffee table treasure.