sugar castle inspired by european architecture
Photo: Berkson
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Sugar Castle

This European architecture-inspired creation took over 400 hours to complete. A variety of tools were used for this construction, including X-Acto knives, glue guns, and rulers. The piece features a motorized base which allows the castle to slowly rotate. A hole in the base accommodates wires for the lights in the pulled-sugar-paned windows.

Created by Executive Pastry Chef Jean-Francios H. of the historic Westin St. Francis hotel in San Francisco, CA. See more details of this Sugar Castle.
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