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We at Rhenso love design tools, that help you do your work more efficiently without overcomplicating things.
That’s why we develop software that adapts to your needs in the most flexible way and allows you to build your own digital workflow. We are the creators of the renowned Rhino plugin, Acapulco – a free, comprehensive toolset for geometry creation, analysis, systematic object naming, and block management, trusted and used by countless professionals.
Rhenso is an imagine computation spin-off integrating the process knowledge gained in 12 years of realizing complex architectural designs into AddOns.



Martin Manegold studied architecture at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. After his studies, he worked at the structural engineering office imagine structure in Frankfurt, where he was responsible for the creation of 3D structural models and production documents for complex structures.  In summer 2011, he founded the 3D planning office imagine computation, where he uses his programming skills to automate planning processes. In addition to working in the planning office, he trained students and commercial users in CAD modelling and programming. He was a lecturer at FH Frankfurt, HS Darmstadt and TH-OWL. In 2021, he took on a substitute professorship for 2 semesters at the TH-OWL at the Chair of Computer Aided Architectural Design.

Dominik Zausinger is an expert in construction informatics with regard to the digitalisation and automation of planning processes. Before joining Rhenso and Imagine Computation, he worked in architectural offices in Tokyo, Luxembourg, Amsterdam and Vienna. He acquired the foundations of his knowledge in 2010 with a Master of Advanced Science CAAD at ETH Zurich. Prior to that, he graduated in architecture from Trier University of Applied Sciences in 2007. For his work and research, he has received scholarships and grants from Leonardo, InWent, Erasmus, the Rhineland-Palatinate Media Promotion Programme, the Geisendorf Foundation and the Pro Helvetia Foundation.

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