I participated at the Cake designer world championship in Milan as the team France
I chose architecture from the High Renaissance era to represent my Italian art contribution.
The bottom tier is the Bramante temple which is a symbol of the Renaissance architecture.
Donato Bramante was an Italian architect, who introduced Renaissance architecture to Milan and the High Renaissance style to Rome.
The Tempietto (“little temple”) is a small circular building built by Donato Bramante, in the courtyard of San Pietro in Montorio in Rome. It is considered a masterpiece of Renaissance architecture, with perfect proportions.
Tuscan columns, circular building , balustrade and marble mosaics are all are key components of the renaissance architecture ,which was one of the most influential of all Italian Renaissance buildings.
Boxwood pots and fountain are set out in the scene to refer to Italian Renaissance gardens which were a new style of garden which emerged in the late 15th century at villas in Rome and Florence.
From behind the balustrade, two little cherubs figures who refer to those on the Sistine Madonna painting , one of Raphael’s most famous works, which is a masterpiece of renaissance art.
The cherubs have obtained a certain celebrity status all of their own. One story is that Raphael based the cherubs on two children that he saw looking into a baker’s shop window!
On my sugar exhibition, they are looking into the balustrade !
Corinthian columns and Italian arch compliment the decor, with a natural ambience thanks to ivy on the walls.
In the background, an edible painted landscape with an oil painting effect.
At last, a fountain with water jets made with isomalt remind us one of the most important component of Italian Renaissance gardens.
I was so proud to represent my country well on the international stage and was happy to participate in this amazing experience
Hope you will like it
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