Atlas of Digital Architecture
Dominik Lengyel has been Full Professor for Architecture and Visualisation at Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus since 2006. He has been funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy and the German Research Foundation as member of the Excellence Cluster TOPOI and of the priority programme The Digital Image.
Born and raised in Germany, he gained his architecture diploma from Stuttgart University, after studies in mathematics, physics, and architecture in Essen, Paris, and at ETH Zürich. Before BTU Cottbus he was full professor at the University of Applied Sciences in Cologne. Since 1999, he has been managing partner of Lengyel Toulouse Architects Berlin, an office for architecture and visualisation.
Dominik works on the visualisation of non-visual content in power engineering and of hypo-theses of archaeology and building and art history. He is a member of the Koldewey Society for building history research and the European Academy of Sciences and Arts in Salzburg, Austria.
(with Philipp Schaerer)
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