Colourful geometric popsicles, almost too gorgeous to eat

Possibly too gorgeous to eat, these colourful geometric popsicles don’t relate to your average treat. Made to look like architectural design pieces, Berlin-based architect Manu Kumar and designer Stefan Gendl came up with the geometric popsicles in collaborated with Nuna.

Together they’ve created a range of beautifully designed frozen treats that consist of polygonal shapes and feature lovely colour gradients. The Nuna site describes the frozen treat as “the most delicious popsicle in the world.” But the flavours, created by chef Heiko Antoniewicz, sound more like Pantone colours than fruity delights: N17, N33, N71. Regardless, these geometric popsicles will please the design lover. And one who demands a modernist aesthetic in their food as well as their surroundings.

Colourful geometric popsicles, almost too gorgeous to eat

An extraordinary popsicle that redefines form and taste

Made out of all natural ingredients, the frozen treats also come on sticks made out of sustainable bamboo, making them appealing to the eco-friendly. Take a look at the designs below and find out more about the Nuna popsicles here.

Colourful geometric popsicles, almost too gorgeous to eatColourful geometric popsicles, almost too gorgeous to eat Colourful geometric popsicles, almost too gorgeous to eat Colourful geometric popsicles, almost too gorgeous to eat

If you’re into architecture, geometry and food, you might like these desserts designed by an architect. Or maybe these geometric chocolates.


Source: http://www.nuna-world.com/

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