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Tasteful polyhedrons

cake polyhedron
Sweet tooth entry is strictly prohibited!
Confectioner Dinara Casco creates amazingly beautiful cakes, snacks, and a lot of other delicious things.
Confectioner Dinara Casco 
 cakes of polyhedron

The exact geometric shapes of the polyhedra also appear in her works.
See what cakes look like in the shape of regular polyhedra:

This cake has the shape of an icosahedron.
Icosahedron cake
This cake has the shape of an icosahedron.
Icosahedron cake
This cake has the shape of a cuboctahedron.
cuboctahedron cake
This cake has the shape of a truncated tetrahedron.
truncated tetrahedron cake
This cake has the shape of a truncated cube.
truncated cube cake
Cake in the form of a twisted quadrilateral prism.
twisted quadrilateral prism cake
Cake in the shape of a truncated cone (cutting plane has a slope to the base and forms an oval).
truncated cone cake
cakes of polyhedron

Here is what Dinara herself writes about this:

“This is a new concept that I worked on in the spring. My idea was to create a design element that is absolutely not standard, not like an ordinary dessert. Minimalism, geometric objects, work with the form, clear lines, contrasting light, one color, no decor, a minimum of objects in the frame. And at the same time under the velvet surface is absolutely tender cake. This is what I strive for and will work with...”

The composition of the dessert: chocolate sponge cake, nut streusel, mousse with yuzu and Valrhona Caramelia, chocolate ganache, jelly with yuzu, passion fruit and banana.
bon appétit !
polyhedr.com  05/05/2018


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