• Mid-Century Modern Gingerbread House

    by  • December 3, 2008 • Architecture, Fun • 0 Comments

    Hmm. Seems like this would be an obvious choice. Making gingerbread houses on modernism lines certainly provides a simple method for organizing regular graham cracker elements into recognizable shapes. But credit this creator for assembling the Eames Case study house as a seasonal, eatable decoration !

    As it turns out, it works out pretty well in chocolate too.
    And the idea of marrying the clean lines of crackers to modern designs has at least a few followers 

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