When you first see the photos below, you probably won’t think they can be eaten. And in fact, they are the amazing culinary creations of Dinara Kasko, an Ukrainian pastry chef. By combining baking with geometric shape, architectural elements and refined textures, Kasko imagines her desserts as if they are building and creates some really unique editable structures. The results are quite impressive and for some desserts, until you cut them into half, you might never treat them as dessert. Check something of her creation below and find more information on her instagram page.
Designed and constructed by Frank Henderson, a music student and Paul Schultz, a designer, the toybox home was created with the concept that home should be a fun place inspiring creativity while also providing peace of mind. The 140 square feet colorful home makes the most of every inch to open up space and avoid the cramped and cluttered experience usually coming with many tiny homes.
Ever since the earliest times architects have striven to make a statement with the buildings they design. In doing this they have both invented new styles as well as referencing the past and drawing inspiration from the world around them. The result has been some remarkable constructions all round the world and here are just four of them.
Designed by Architecture firm XL-Muse, “Yangzhou Chongshuge”, a library located in Zhen Yuan, China, seamlessly blend modern architecture with traditional Chinese culture and is one of the most beautiful modern library I have seen. Arch bridge, an important designing element in this product is an indispensable traditional element used as a guiding factor of commerce, which will represent in the bookstore the connection between human and books throughout history. Besides that, the black mirrored glass floor and kids zone are also worth mentioning. Although more and more people start to read electronic book, I wouldn’t mind to have a relaxing paper book reading-time in the library like this. How would yo like this place?