Geometric Pastries by Dinara Kasko
Designed for Taste
Inspiration can come from the most unexpected places, such as the kitchen of Ukranian patisserie artist Dinara Kasko.
Trained as an architect, Dinara has an eye for form and a penchant for flavour, twin passions which she happily combines to create beautifully sculptural cakes and desserts. Some of her extraordinary creations, which include heart shapes with geometric facets and a stunning cube made of bubbles, are made using silicone moulds designed by herself with the help of 3D printing technology. These mouthwatering treats are perfect for design-obsessed gourmands.
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