Nuna Turns the Popsicle Into An Art Form

Nuna Turns the Popsicle Into An Art Form

A molecular-gastronomy popsicle is set to take next summer by storm

Rachel Pincus
  • 5 january 2015

While those of us in the northern hemisphere are chasing the next hot drink and avoiding going outdoors, chefs in some parts of the world are working on next summer’s big frozen treat trends. One of the possible candidates is Nuna, a popsicle with a unique shape and ingredients. Master Chef Heiko Antoniewicz, a worldwide operating food developer, is one of Nuna’s specialists, but the Nuna team reaches across disciplines, including architecture, design and science. Architect Manu Kumar and designer Stefan Gandl, in particular, take responsibility for its unique shape.

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