I had to rush to take the photo, as originally there were a square of 9 chocolates - hand made and delivered personally by Janine, my ex-colleague who moved away from architecture to devout herself to become a Chef, and was short-listed for both MasterChef Australia and New Zealand.
They are pralines, with some coconut cream inside and beautiful decoration on top.
This is a wonderful gift and I really enjoyed every one of the chocolates I could salvage from my daughter...
It was also an occasion for lunch at the indoor/outdoor cafe at the new extension of the Museum of Comtemporary Art Australia (MCA) recently reopened and designed by Sam Marshall Architect. A stunning comtenporary addition to an Art Deco iconic building at West Circular Quay in Sydney.
The lighting and audiovisual systems have been designed by my client Haron Robson, a multidisciplinary practice with 27 years to their history and a multitude of awards, the last one for a light sculpture at the Vivid Festival 2012.
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Born in France, well travelled, relocated to Sydney in 1997.
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