Dinara Kasko used her experience in architecture and 3D printing to make her own unique baking molds that truly stand out

Dinara Kasko, who worked as an architect-designer and a 3D visualizer, turned her hobby for baking into her full-blown passion by getting the appearance of her baking creations to match the taste. To do this, Kasko used her experience in 3D printing to construct her own molds that turned her baked goods into edible geometric pieces. These molds vary from a chocolate block with small lines ingrained at the top to fill with flavor, to a cube of 3x3x3 spheres stacked on top of one another with a center of flavor in the middle.


Kasko placed her 3D molds on her website for anyone to purchase to try for themselves.

Geometric Desserts

Dinara Kasko, who worked as an architect-designer and a 3D visualizer, turned her hobby for baking into her full-blown passion by getting the appearance of her baking creations to match the taste. To do this, Kasko used her experience in 3D printing to construct her own molds that turned her baked goods into edible geometric pieces. These molds vary from a chocolate block with small lines ingrained at the top to fill with flavor, to a cube of 3x3x3 spheres stacked on top of one another with a center of flavor in the middle.