Desserts which look like miniature architectures. A mix of geometric shapes, colours and 3D moulds - DesignOnWeb
Cake Designer Dinara Kasko designs silicone shaped cakes, by using 3D printing technology, creating "quick-consumption" design objects, while making the act of eating look like an artistic performance
The pure geometric shapes don't look like they are '' sweets '' at first glance. The marked and precise lines and perfect geometries created by the silicone moulds
His collection is a real design collection called "Algorithmic Modeling Cakes": carefully studied shapes, colour combinations and a design studio of the "structures" that form the very foundation of each Cake-Object
The attractiveness of these objects is made even more fascinating by their ephemeral, short lifespan that these "works" have after their production.
Interior design for the Dental Clinic in Sydney. The wooden element combines aesthetics and functionality
Photography and Architecture. Details and glimpses to be seen upwards, between lights and shadows through the camera