Lasvit Liquidkristal (LLK), designed by Ross Lovegrove is a new product from Lasvit's Glass Architecture Division. LLK is the result of an innovative process that the designer defines as “high precision heat transfer.” Lovegrove worked with Lasvit for more than a year to create the mobile, changing surfaces, inspired by the fluid, organic forms found in nature. The company deployed its most advanced technology to produce the transparent, undulating crystal panels, which appear dynamic, capable of transmuting their shapes in a futuristic kaleidoscope. LLK combines technology and design to create a new architectural product, replacing the enormous monotony typical of large glass structures with natural surfaces and their abundant variety, richness and coherence. This produced a highly informed line code, which serves as the blueprint for the production process, where highly precise temperature control imbues the glass surface with the beauty of optical effects seen in water. The finished product is highly customisable, allowing large-scale pattern aggregations over multiple sheets. LLK serves as Lasvit's bridge to the world of architecture, useful as a crystal partition or screen and as insulated glass units for exterior facades. There are several uses, ranging from pavilions in interior and exterior environments, such as divisions in public spaces or boutiques, to partition walls or large, spectacular full length windows capable of transforming a building's architecture.