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Serving Plate S FCK


Serving Plate S FCK

  • The very first meeting between Serax and Frédérick Gautier in 2016 triggered an emotional connection that would soon lead to a unique cooperation. Because without the combination of water, earth and sand, mankind would never have been able to invent concrete, the very essence of modern housing.


    Each item in this early collection is unique, building on elementary shapes such as cylinders, columns, cubes, cones and discs. Furthermore, the plates and cups also bear the inscription FCK, an ambiguous pun, but not in the way you might think: the three letters not only represent the initials of the designer, but in the technical jargon of the construction industry. FCK is also the unit used for the characteristic compressive strength of concrete after a drying period of a lunar month.


    After their first firing, these serving plates were glazed with a semi-reactive glaze before being returned to the oven. The result? A robust serving plate in an earthy hue. The imperfections emphasize the artisanal look and feel.

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