Tired of Easter baskets filled with sticky marshmallows and boring jellybeans? Check out this throwback post about architect turned pastry-chef- extraordinare, Dinara Kasko
Ever wonder what you could really do with those ubiquitous 3D printers? So did Ukrainian-born architect and designer, Dinara Kasko.
An avid baker, Kasko channels her passion for architecture and geometry into a celebration of all things sweet. Using architectural designs for inspiration, she creates models on her 3D printer and then casts those in silicone.
3D printers allow Kasko to achieve impossibly perfect pastry designs. You almost forget that her creations are built with sugar, flour, and meringue.
We’ve heard a rumor that her pastries aren’t all fluff—they actually taste as divine as they look. Our Britto Charette team is willing to investigate. Field trip, anyone?
Kasko’s silicone molds are now available for purchase. And she’s even sweet enough to provide a few recipes on her website.
Inspired? Want to learn more about how Kasko turned her architecture background and 3D modeling/printing skills into a new passion? Visit her website here. You can also find her on Instagram. But be warned, the video clips are mesmerizing.
Photos and videos are courtesy of Dinara Kasko