Who we are

We realize creativity

Who we are

Engineers for ideas

We love good design and believe that every creative idea deserves an accomplishing realization true to every detail. We are fascinated by the possibilities opened up by modern manufacturing technologies. That is the reason why we founded Imagine Computation - in order to let the creative potential of complex designs become reality by means of modern technology.

We believe that only a team of specialists can master great challenges perfectly. With the Imagine Group we have embedded Imagine Computation in a professional network of experts whose works complement each other and together make the project a success.

The minds behind Imagine Computation are Martin Manegold and Dominik Zausinger.

Martin Manegold

Martin Manegold

Dipl.-Ing.

Partner and managing director

Martin Manegold is a specialist for CNC-optimized metal constructions for roofs, facades and substructures. He gained his knowledge and deep understanding of materials through the realization of geometrically complex projects for Imagine Structure (until 2011). Furthermore he performed automated structural optimizations through individually programmed CAD interfaces for complex building structures.

As an early adopter and beta-tester Matin Manegold was involved in the development of Rhino Python Script, which was newly integrated into Rhinoceros 3D 5.0. He is an "Authorized Rhino Teacher" certified by McNeel-Europe and since 2009 has been offering workshops for architects in the field of 3D modeling and programming.

Martin Manegold has been teaching programming since 2012 at the Detmold School of Architecture and Interior Design as part of the Master for Computational Design and Construction program. Since 2013 he is also a lecturer for visual programming in the department of industrial design at the University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt.

Martin Manegold studied Architecture at the Technical University of Karlsruhe and the Chinese University of Hong Kong with a specialization in building technology and building economy.

manegold@imagine-computation.com
Tel.: +49 69 663 75 - 602

Dominik Zausinger

Dominik Zausinger

Dipl.-Ing. (FH), MAS CAAD

Partner and managing director

Dominik Zausinger has been working intensively for many years with the creative potential of various materials such as wood, plasterboard and mineral materials and has a wide range of expertise covering experimental production methods, complex parametric design and the latest research on these topics. His work comprises among others complex trade fair constructions, wooden buildings, modern interiors and the realization of design- and research-pavilions.

He obtained his specialized knowledge in the postgraduate MAS CAAD-program under Prof. Dr. Ludger Hovestadt at the ETH Zurich on the integration of computer-based methods in construction as well as automated implementation of CNC-machines.

From 2011 until 2013 he realized complex geometrical projects in the fields of architecture, interior design and art for international customers of the company 1:One GmbH in Frankfurt. In 2006 Dominik Zausinger completed his architectural studies at the University of Applied Sciences Trier and worked for architecture offices in Japan, Luxembourg and Vienna. His work focussed on the conception and contructive implementation of architectonic projects.

zausinger@imagine-computation.com
Tel.: +49 69 663 75 - 601

The Imagine Group

A network of experts of different fields

The imagine group is a network of individual companies of construction professionals from complementing fields. The members cooperate without instituting rigid locally-fixed corporate structures. This enables interdisciplinary, efficient and creative work aimed at solving construction challenges with high functional and aesthetic demands.

Through their involvement in universities and research institutions all members are constantly participating in the development of new conceptional and experimental solutions for the construction industry. This close contact with the latest insights from research and teaching broadens the horizon for the development of innovative buildings.

Martin Manegold