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Tour Sans Faim: World’s highest cake exemplifies edible architecture

tour sans faim tower without hunger by jean bocabe

Don’t get confused by what you see in the above image. The 10-meters high edifice is actually the world’s highest cake. Dubbed as Tour Sans Faim (Tower Without Hunger), it is an unrivaled illustration of edible architecture that seeks to connect architecture with eatables (pastry, to be specific). The cake, designed by Jean Bocabeille (collective PLAN01) and the chef Gielles Stassart, is made from 850 bricks of sugar and sponge cake, using 628 kg of flour, 508 kg of sugar, 350 eggs and 18 kg of butter. Once the ongoing project is complete this Sunday, it will enter the Guinness Book of Records claiming to be the highest cake in the world.

tour sans faim tower without hunger by jean bocabe

tour sans faim tower without hunger by jean bocabe

Via: ArchDaily