Tove Kindt-Larsen (née Reddersen, 1906-1994) was one of the first female
designers to emerge during Denmark’s ‘Golden Era’ in the mid-twentieth century.
An architect by training, with several years of furniture design under her
belt, she embarked on a furniture design course at the Royal Danish Academy of
Fine Arts in Copenhagen, under the ‘godfather of Danish design’ Kaare Klint.
furniture was characterized by a fine sense of quality and a design language
that responded to evolving tastes of the time. She was an early pioneer in
rattan chairs and the use of molded plywood and well as moving away from
designing room sets and instead conceiving individual pieces of furniture so
that homeowners could curate their own spaces.
Grace Easy Chair
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