This fountain sculpture is the work of the internationally renowned sculptor Serge Gangolf. Born in Verviers in 1943, he was a professor at the Namur fine arts academy. The main constituent element is, in everyday language, the nozzle: a cone in cardboard previously used in textile factories, in particular on the shuttle on the weaving loom used to distribute the warp thread. Each nozzle is made up of three superimposed elements made of milled bluestone. The three cones measure 2.70 metres in height, 75 centimetres in diameter at their base and 20 centimetres in diameter at the top.