Pavel Baxa developed the arctic glass to create a 24-meter-high Tallinn freedom monument in Estonia. It imitates ice crystals that can shine in the dark. The artic glass resists great temperature changes and is shotgun-proof. It is more than suitable for a variety of tiling, walls and objects in the exterior, just as in the interior. The largest surface in the whole is available in sizes up to 2500 x 1500 mm.