The 3D-Printed architectural pastry
“Dinara Kasko creates highly artistic, edible cakes using 3D printers. In her talk, Dinara will tell us how she shifted from architecture to the baking industry! Dinara Kasko describes herself as an architectural pastry chef coming from Ukraine. She is creating highly artistic, edible cakes through the use of 3D printers. In her TEDx Talk, Dinara will tell her story about how she has shifted from architecture to the baking industry resulting in a combination of both fields.
Moreover, her professional career and the choices she made show that due to the emergence of new technologies people get the possibility to tap into completely new fields either in their personal life or in their work life. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.”
According to Ukrainian pastry chef Dinara Kasko (TedX talk) architectural pastry chef, Dmitri Shurygin, Shurygin Jonquils Café & Bakery, “It’s very interesting in terms of texture and flavor profile. What can be more beautiful than a cake?
Each dessert has up to six layers. The Lime Basil, for example, has lime jelly, marshmallow cream, cheese mousse, white sponge and coconut.”
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