Catherine Toulouse is an architect and lecturer at the Chair of Visualization at Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus-Senftenberg and co-owner of the Lengyel Toulouse Architects’ office. Her work focuses on the visualization of archaeological hypotheses with special consideration of the representation of uncertainty in knowledge. Her works have been exhibited, among others, in the Pergamon Museum Berlin (Pergamon, Panorama of an ancient metropolis and Palatin), in the Ägyptisches Museum München (Naga, Royal city in Sudan) and in Cologne Cathedral (Construction phases of Cologne Cathedral, permanent installation).


  • 29.10.2015
    Part of: Groß Bauen. Großbauten und Großbaustellen von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart