The sweetest work of Gaudí
They complement themselves as egg and milk to make a pudding. Gaudí and restless minds play as a whole, they nourish one’s mind and answer the curiosity of others, no matter how much time passes by. Centennial works inspiring desserts today. It sounds crazy, but tastes good.
Sweet, very sweet. That is how hundreds of bakers imagine the work of Gaudí. On previous occasions we have discussed the permanent inspiration that represents the Catalan architect and genius for numerous artists: poets, musicians, illustrators… Today is the turn of the sweetest. The love story between architecture and the world of icing sugar is simmering. The owners of fondant and the icing bag have not lagged behind in emulating the architecture of Antoni Gaudí and today we present good examples of that.
From cakes lined with Trencadís to huge dragons that wind whipped cream and wonderful chocolate. There is no limit to the imagination and sweets are definitely good tools to pay tribute to the architect from Reus.
The multicolored facade of Casa Batlló and spine of the dragon that crowns the terrace acts as the starting point for these masters of sugar, faithfully reproducing the style of the Genius.
Casa Batlló, declared a World Heritage by UNESCO, inspires, seduces and creates a fantasy world through color. Thank you all for sending us your creations! We encourage you to follow the impulses and unleash the imagination as Gaudí did.
It only takes 100 grams of sugar, melted chocolate and season to taste with a bunch of ideas!