Dan Svarth (b. 1942) is a Danish designer.
He studied at the Kunsthåndvrærkerskolen, Copenhagen, to 1967, furniture design, Det Kongelige Danske Kunstakademi, to 1969.
In 1962, he was a cabinetmaker’s apprentice.
In 1969, he worked with Herman Olsen.
In 1971, he set up his own design studio. From 1973, he taught furniture design at the Skoien for Brugskunst (formerly Det Tekniske Selskabs Skol er) and, from 1974, in the furniture school of Det Kongelige Danske Kunstakademi. His furniture designs were produced by Jörgen V. Hansen.
He received the 1966 Johannes Krøiers award, 1966 L.F. Foghts award (of the Kunsthåndvrerkerskolen), and 1970 and 1973 Danish State art award.
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