Someone Made London Landmarks Out Of Cake

Tabish Khan
By Tabish Khan Last edited 32 months ago
Someone Made London Landmarks Out Of Cake
The O2 arena never looked so delicious

We all love the cakes in The Great British Bake Off, but we'd love it even more if they came in the form of our favourite London landmarks.

Thankfully the Architectural Bake Off has filled that void. It was held on Saturday in Fitzroy Square with recreations of the likes of the O2 arena in cake form. Our favourite was the tube map cake complete with River Thames.

International buildings such as the Oslo Opera House also featured.

Rogers, Stirk Harbour +Partners and Jestico + Whiles were crowned joint overall champions with their pint-sized versions of the Millennium Dome and the Santa Caterina Market in Barcelona. Which is your favourite?

The Great Architectural Bake Off was organised by WATG. It was held in Fitzroy Square, and was part of the London Festival of Architecture's open studios.

A Tube map in cake form? Yes please.
This recreation of the Oslo opera house was the runner up
The Tidemill Academy in Deptford also gets a look in.
It wasn't all London, this is a fruity version of Barcelona's Sant Antoni market.

Last Updated 16 June 2016