The Three Crowns mountain, or Peñas de Haya, is visible from the Côte des Basques bay. It is one of the major landmarks of this mesmerizing view from the cliffs of Biarritz.
Without any visible stitch, a real technical challenge, the fabric molds the unevenness of the three peaks. Its pattern reveals a multitude of possible interpretations: contour lines, symbols, or geologic surface.

Sculpture for living
Wood, foam and Febrik stretch fabric

Diameter 50 x H 42 cm
Diameter 19.7 x H 16.5 inches

Limited edition of 12 + 1 prototype

Maentler studio


Pascal Daveluy and team

photography :  Mélanie Torok

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Haya (Perspectives collection)

Perspectives collection