Tove Kindt-Larsen (1906–1994) was a Danish architect and designer known as one of the first female designers in the golden age of Danish design. The most well-known pieces of furniture she designed include the Grace chair from 1936 and the Swing chair from the following year. The rattan chairs are a great example of both Kindt-Larsen's signature style, drawing from natural forms, as well as her pioneering work on rattan and plywood furniture.
Tove Kindt-Larsen studied architecture and furniture design at the Royal Danish Academy of Arts in Copenhagen. In 1937, she married Edvard Kindt-Larsen (1901–1982) – she is perhaps best known for her collaboration with her husband and the couple’s joint design office, founded in 1945. The best-known furniture by the Kindt-Larsens include the Kamin and Pagaj chairs from 1939 and 1960, respectively, and the Pagoda and Prisma sofas from 1956 and 1964, respectively.