Staff create ‘edible architecture' in aid of the British Heart Foundation

Posted: 03.06.2014

The bptw office recently took part in a ‘bptw Bake Off’ competition to help fundraise for the British Heart Foundation. With an architecture inspired theme, our staff created a host of creative, intricate and gravity defying cakes in flavours including red velvet, chocolate sponge, lemon madeira and banana loaf. The winning cake was a London landscape inspired chocolate and vanilla sponge created by senior planner Jane Richardson.

Other entries included a brick wall, the ‘Creamlin and red velvet square’, the ‘Glutenheim Museum’, GLA City Hall, some giant cupcakes, a colourful caramel cheesecake, The Pompidou Centre and the GCHQ Headquarters.

The ‘bptw Bake Off’ was held in support of architectural assistant Louise Morris and her bid to cycle from London to Brighton in June on behalf of the British Heart Foundation. To find out more about her bike ride please click here.