About Frédérick Gautier
After being an artistic director for over 20 years, handling the launch of various cultural projects, Frédérick Gautier embarked on studies at the École du Paysage in Versailles, where he became acquainted with modelling and ceramics. His pronounced taste for brutalism led him to work more specifically in concrete pottery. Since launching, his FCK signature has adorned all of his creations working with this material. Passionate about growing food, he is also developing research about tools used to feed oneself with. With his enthusiasm for events, Frédérick Gautier also performs in a variety of spaces (“Royal Splash” - Grand Canal de Versailles, “OP BETON Tx100” - Louise Catherine, Le Corbusier barge)
Serax emphasises the value an innovative, functional and affordable design. Its outstanding way of looking at current trends has prompted Serax to support the creative work of Frédérick Gautier and to produce some of his designs. Some of the items from his FCK - OP BETON T X 100 project have been added to the collection of the Antwerp-based label. Four teapots inspired by a brutalist style pay homage to Le Corbusier, while twelve cups and side plates have been developed in parallel based on this same architectural inspiration in concrete. All of these pieces are enamelled on the inside to make this collection food-grade.