This Is What Happens When An Architectural Designer Starts Baking Cakes

Desserts can not only be delicious, but aesthetically pleasing too. That once again was proved by Dinara Kasko, a pastry chef, who baked an algorithmically-modeled cake in order to present new berry chocolate Ruby.

Inspired by the works of artist and engineer Matthew Shlian, Kasko designed a dessert made out of 81 uniquely-shaped cakes layered with meringue, ganache, berry confit, a crunchy biscuit, and covered with deliciously pink Ruby chocolate.

Now, what would you give to get your hands on one of those pieces?

More info: Dinara Kasko | demilked (h/t designboom)

Now take a look at the process behind it: