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Vases by Frédérick Gautier

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Frédérick Gautier’s industrial concrete Vases à arroser from his FCK collection for Serax, inspired by the floating bollards in the locks of the canals in Paris, include four minimalistic water reservoirs that reflect the opulence of the flowers when they are filled. For his sandstone and weathering steel Bau vases, Frédérick harks back to the Bauhaus architecture in the streets of Tel Aviv. With this vase, you can highlight a single flower or create floral profusion by joining several elements, like an architectural structure. But his vases are not his only items that put the products of Nature on a pedestal.

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Frédérick Gautier’s industrial concrete Vases à arroser from his FCK collection for Serax, inspired by the floating bollards in the locks of the canals in Paris, include four minimalistic water reservoirs that reflect the opulence of the flowers when they are filled. For his sandstone and weathering steel Bau vases, Frédérick harks back to the Bauhaus architecture in the streets of Tel Aviv. With this vase, you can highlight a single flower or create floral profusion by joining several elements, like an architectural structure. But his vases are not his only items that put the products of Nature on a pedestal.

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