BUSBY PERKINS & WILL GREEN-ROOFED GINGERBREAD HOUSE
Busby Perkins & Will's green-roofed gingerbread home melds perfectly with the landscape and juts out at one end like a natural extension of its sweet sloping site. A cool rectilinear design, green roof, and minimal color palette, makes this house especially delectable.
GINGERBREAD GEODESIC DOME HOUSE
There is no doubt that this amazing gingerbread geodesic dome would make Buckminster Fuller proud. The super tasty abode was created by the designers over at Scout Regalia, and can even be made on your own at home. For instructions check out the video here, or for a little more help, you can order a DIY package from their site. It includes a template for the dome as well as recipes for both the gingerbread and icing.
GINGERBREAD VILLA SAVOYE
We had flashbacks of our first year of architecture school when we spotted Bryan Boyer‘s amazing gingerbread Villa Savoye. With Dremel cut candy cane pilotis, bubble gum windows and sugary green lawn, if we got to make one of these in studio, we’d probably still remember Le Corbusier’s “Five Points”.
SWEET ARCTIC RETREAT
Designed for an icy landscape – or chocolate icing landscape – Canada’s Mallen Architecture Inc. created the Arctic Retreat, an elevated prefabricated stricture able to withstand heavy gumdrops and over-sweetened sleet. Despite its spindly, sugary support legs, the structure is surprisingly strong and even boasts a little LED light inside for an overnight stay.
A GINGERBREAD NYC LOW LINE?
This forward-thinking gingerbread design was created for the 2008 Creative Room Gingerbread Competition & Charity Auction. With its billowing form and curious overhead cover, this entry kind of reminds us of RAAD‘s proposal for a NYC Low Line. Do you see the resemblance?
CAKE STUDY HOUSE 09
With its clean lines and modernist appeal the Cake Study House 09 would have fit right in with the works of Koening, Eames and Neutra. Made by architect and LEED AP Kristina Hahn Atelier, this sugary stunner features almond cacti, a pepper Palm tree, Toblerone stairs, hard gingerbread floors, cookie countertops and marshmallow furniture.