BORGMAN | LENK adds architectural pixelation to a school campus in denmark
 
BORGMAN | LENK adds architectural pixelation to a school campus in denmark
aug 11, 2016

BORGMAN | LENK adds architectural pixelation to a school campus in denmark

 

BORGMAN | LENK has recently completed a permanent installation at lillebælt academy in odense, denmark. the six interventions that make up ‘moss’ are assembled from square tiles, and can be found at different locations throughout the building. 

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placed on architectural beams, staircases, and window frames, a stacked sequence of white cubes grows out from the lillebælt academy building. BORGMAN | LENK — the collaborative studio of artists anna borgman and candy lenk — has placed the tiles in an organic order that are seemingly an extension of the interior itself. individual and unexpected shapes result from how these ‘pixels’ meet the borders of the architectural space, forming blurred interpretations of the building, its functions, and its form. 

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