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Star Cakes Composition Specially for ukrarchipedia.com

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Since the project is about architecture, I was given the topic "Plan". How can you spin a city plan into a pastry story? My choice fell on the perfect fortress-cities. They are extraordinary, they are all alike and yet very different. They have a complex geometrically regular or absolutely symmetrical shape. But among the prosaic rectangles and circles stand out fortress-cities built in the shape of polygonal stars. I was most inspired by the city of Palmanova (Friulian: Palme) is a town and comune in Northeast Italy. The town is an example of star fort of the late Renaissance, built up by the Venetian Republic in 1593. I have wanted to make a large-scale pattern for a long time, to create a large edible composition. It contains 16 big cakes and 80 mini cakes. My idea was to assemble everything without gaps so that the composition looked like a single multi-coloured carpet. Before I started to work, I reviewed many different plans. Initially, I had many different design options, but eventually, I simplified it, added some bits and pieces and came up with the result of what you see in the video here. About the mould: It is simple and complex at the same time. You don't have to decorate it at all, but you can add any color you want. None of the designs in my composition is repeated. I'm pretty sure you are gonna love it and will want one for yourself, so we have already started production at the factory. Handmade moulds will not be available to buy, but factory-made ones will be on sale around autumn, so we need some time because production is a long process. Work process: A month was spent on printing, sketching and brainstorming, 3 days of baking in the studio, 1 day of painting and glazing, 1 day to prepare the composition and make photo content. The result, as always, is a few minutes long video Credit: @dinarakasko (Instagram.com/dinarakasko)
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