Frederike Top Design

Hospitality Interiors

  • Lighting & sustainable lighting solutions & accessories

Lighting

  • Bespoke lighting

  • Decorative lighting

  • LED lights & solutions

  • Urban lighting

Address

  • Comeniusstraat, 725-3
  • Amsterdam
  • 1065CD
  • Netherlands

Frederike Top has her own design studio, based in Amsterdam (NL). She designs for both interior and public spaces with the medium of light, her work varies from interior products (lighting) to outdoor installations. Her work has a playful character and often invites interaction, she aims to create poetic atmospheres.

The Reflected Sequence series consists of dynamic mobiles and light installations in which the light is reflected by semi-transparent geometrically shaped figures. These iridescent figures show how under different angles, various colors occur leading to a constantly changing appearance of the object.

The mobiles in this series gently move, thus generating an ever-changing image.

The Caleidoscope series complete the presentation as a whole. Its character lies in the contrast of simple construction, combined with the unexpected. At first glance the lamp’s façade appears non-intrusive and plain, while further inspection reveals an array of infinite patterns and color.

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Frederike Top has her own design studio, based in Amsterdam (NL).
She designs for both interior and public space with the medium light, her work varies
from interior products (lighting) to outdoor installations.

Besides creating products for various design labels and private persons Frederike works for different companies (Rabobank, Nationale Nederlanden, De Nederlandse Opera), educational institutions, museums, housing organizations, hotels and municipalities.

Her work has a playful character and often invites interaction. She aims to create a poetic atmosphere within the spaces she designs for, allowing small interventions to create a major impact. Products of her making have an extra dimension, providing small surprises that will only be discovered as they are used.

“The surroundings, together with its users, play a major part in my designs, I design for them. For the experience, to look at and for practical use.”