Designed as a sculptural folly, Wedding Cake is an immersive installation at Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire, England, which “combines patisserie and architecture as a temple to love”.
Commenters overwhelmingly loved it, calling the project camp, eccentric and indulgent. One quipped “it can’t all be modernism – plus, I love a good folly”.
Other stories sparking debate in this week’s newsletter included an interview with French designer Philippe Starck in which he argued the next generation of designers will need to account for a crisis of sexuality and should aim for an asexual design language.
Starck’s words prompted one Dezeen reader to declare: “I do not believe that one can exclude the Eros component when talking about a creative act, because creating is an erotic act in itself.” Do you agree? Join the debate ›
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