Liquid crystal Valley by Ross Lovegrove for Lasvit
British designer Ross Lovegrove has created the architectural glass walls in liquid crystals Lasvit Valley, a glass manufacturer in the Czech Republic.
Liquid crystal Valley is the result of an innovative process design as “high precision heat transfer.” defined Lovegrove worked with Lasvit, since over a year reporting the change of furniture surfaces, inspired by the flowing organic forms, found in nature. The company has provided the most advanced technology for transparent glass panels, hilly, the dynamic view, change their shapes in a futuristic Kaleidoscope able conversion.
Lovegrove notes, “are liquid, there is a magic in glass so light and transparency in the process of merging, a moment captured the next solid.” “This is something that can be used and provided in the meeting planning, physics and technology”.
Many uses this new surface varies from pavilions in the Interior and environment, able to transform the building’s architecture as departments in public spaces or boutique, partition walls or large, spectacular full length Windows.
Liquid crystal Valley Lasvit Ross Lovegrove combines technology and design for a new product architecture, natural surfaces and their incredible diversity, richness and consistency that replace the huge monotony of typical large glass structures. On the dynamics of fluids found explored Lovegrove Studio Lasvit digital distribution and compression of patterns in nature. Working with mathematical models, simulated glass behavior under controlled Thermo induction. It was a very sound line of code, serves as the blueprint for the production process, where the temperature control precision seen gives the glass surface with the beauty of optical effects in water. Working with Lovegrove, Lasvit research institutions, led by Toma Briz, a special flexible mold system designed to capture this effect. The finished product is highly customizable, so that large aggregates model of multiple sheets. At the Triennale, these panels to make a spatial experience, where the ceiling is for projections and shows the beauty of natural digital observatio.