Complements chocolates by Universal Favourite & Bakedown Cakery

January 3rd, 2017 by retail design blog

As a Christmas gift to their clients, Universal Favourite created a series of mix-and-match colourful chocolates from tessellating 3D-printed moulds. The Complements chocolates were designed by the Australian agency in collaboration with the Bakedown Cakery in Sydney. Designed to give to clients as end-of-year gifts, the chocolates are described by the studio as a “modular system” of pair-and-share treats and are shaped like small flights of steps.

Universal Favourite created the look of the chocolates, experimenting with finishes and colours – each of which corresponds to a different flavour specially developed by the bakery. “The idea was inspired by the complementary relationship between client and designer,” said Universal Favourite.

“Wanting to create something outside the box that could be paired in endless combinations, we designed an original modular shape that was 3D-printed into positives and then turned into chocolate moulds.” The chocolates were presented in a box, which was decorated similarly to the textures and colours patterning the treats inside.







https://www.dezeen.com/2016/12/29/universal-studio-produces-colourful-chocolates-from-3d-printed-moulds/

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