When you look at the architecture of the largest university in southern Denmark, you could easily get the idea that the architect duo Borgman | Lenk has played too much Minecraft. The 3D-pixel art installations on ceilings, stairs and window frames are reminiscent of the “Klotz für Klotz” construction method of the successful Indie Open World game by Markus “Notch” Persson.
According to Anna Borgman and Candy Lenk, the 3D pixel art installations entitled "MOS" are now an integral part of the EAL Erhvervsakademie Lillebælt in Odense, Denmark. They are composed of individual tiles, which not only creates an “individual shape, but also the mass and structure of the objects coincide with the physical boundaries of the space.”
Each individual element looks like an organic extension of the architecture, but it gives you the individual images of the “MOS” 3D pixel art installations. What do you think of the architecture?