FERROLIGHT was created in 1999 by a driven couple with a passion for light. Ferdinand Verbeek designs the light objects for FERROLIGHT in the Netherlands. ‘Light is emotion’ … ‘Light is experiencing’ After all, light is much more than just a lamp above a table or next to the sofa. It provides a different dimension to the interior or workplace. From this experience, the light objects fascinate through minimalism, timeless design, love for simplicity, eye for detail and the warm colour of the light. FERROLIGHT’s vision is to realise design lighting for private and business clients, using the ‘less is more’ principle. Advising and sharing ideas with the clients is a must. FERROLIGHT also designs custom-made lighting. LED (light emitting diode) is not only a beautiful source of light, it is also an energyefficient one – with over 80% less power consumption. Combined with an environmentally-friendly production process and the use of highgrade materials, we can honestly say that FERROLIGHT develops responsible lighting. Every light object can be dimmed, with the wall dimmer, the remote-control dimmer or the domotica. Let us surprise you with our illuminating way of working with (led) light, designed and realised by Ferdinand and Marike Verbeek. Ferdinand Verbeek & Marike Bertram-Verbeek Partners in life and Ferrolight Ferdinand Verbeek: Designs light objects, deals with the production process, takes care of purchasing, organises the technical part with the clients and is always on the lookout for the best of the best in the field of electronics and leds to be leading with respect to colour, return and quality. “The timeless designs and a warm light colour of light were born from my fascination with the sunlight in combination with a great passion for technology”. Marike Bertram-Verbeek: is responsible for the design and style of the website and the catalogue. She is the contact person for clients and points of sale, she handles the acquisition and takes care of the PR and marketing. “Everything in my work represents feeling. Holding on to my vision is a challenge, but the greater the kick if it succeeds”.