The ephemeral art of gastronomy

ArchEatable is a university course that explores food and gourmet pastry art as a vehicle for the teaching of digital design and fabrication lessons in architecture.

Since 2018 Jose Carrillo, Architect, Authorized Rhino Trainer, and Associate Professor of Architecture, has been the founder, director, and course instructor.

What is unique about this teaching project is that students are heading to design and manufacture a consumable product from beginning to end. The materialization of these pieces and edible works of art is supported in Rhinoceros, Grasshopper, and related plugins. The course incorporates novel 3D-printed prototyping, silicone molds, and laser cutters into the process to create stunningly unique geometric cakes.

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Posted Jan 13, 2022 by Carla Sologuren on Rhino News, etc.