Architecturally-Inspired Forms Have a Place on Your Dessert Plate

The shapes you see in architecture can be reflected in the things you eat with these silicon food molds made by the Italian kitchen company Alessi.

The molds come in six different designs, each of which looks like a tiny foam concept model—the sort you might see on the desk of an architecture student. And you've got room to be as creative as you want, because they're made of silicon, which means you could use them for cakes, desserts, jello or whatever you're craving. Though the morsels you make might look like reinforced steel or concrete, they're likely to taste a lot better. (Hopefully). [Alessi]

Architecturally-Inspired Forms Have a Place on Your Dessert Plate