A Chef Uses Her Architecture Background To Create Stunning Cakes
They look like modernist buildings!
Talk about cakes, and we immediately think of frothy creations decorated with piped frosting, sugar cages, and mounds of whipped cream. But have you seen a cake that looks like a building that architect Santiago Calatrava designed, or a bonbon that resembles a tetrahedron?
Ukraine Pastry chef Dinara Kasko produces such fantastic creations, and it isn’t a surprise, because she has a background in architecture and design. According to this article, Kasko uses her background in design and math to create unique molds for her pastries using a specialty software program and 3D printing.
The end result: sculptural, ultra-modern cakes that are mind-blowing! Look at this bulbous and curvaceous “Mould Cloud” cake:
Another version of the “Mould Cloud” is a sponge cake with an apricot-kumquat-orange filling!
Now take a look at the aptly named “Lime-Basil Triangulation.” Again, Kasko used 3D modeling and printing for the mould.
And here is our favorite: a geometric figure that looks like it’s made out of cast concrete. But slice it open, and you’ll find chocolate sponge cake, ganache, yuzu jelly, and passion fruit:
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