Technicart is a Architectural design practice based around Wollongong, south of Sydney .
The studio is headed by Architect Luke Novotny (8963) who holds degrees in Architecture and Industrial design.
Technicart provides Architectural design, documentation, and contract administration.
Technicart is committed to forwarding architectural design which is responsive to site and locale. Where possible we work with locally based builders, fabricators and craftsman to bring our clients architecture that speaks of place, is environmentally friendly and is delivered on budget.
We pay close attention to our clients brief and design with light, wind, material and craftsmen providing our clients with spaces and objects which respond to enhance the environment around them.
Technicart’s design utilises research and development focused around digital processes to produce functional and exciting designs. These processes allow the conceptualisation and production of new types of spaces through concept exploration, visualisation, simulation. documentation and conventional and digital fabrication techniques.
Technicart’s directors have over 20 years of professional experience servicing some of Australia’s biggest architectural practices on projects of all scales and in all corners of the world.
Our design process aims to provide a transparent and flexible process with which our clients can understand and participate.
Luke Novotny is a registered Architect (8963) and one of the directors of Technicart. He has worked extensively in Architecture and Industrial design holding a Masters degree in Architecture, a Bachelor of Arts(Architecture) and a Bachelor of Design (Industrial). Luke has worked for some of Australia’s largest architectural practices including Tzannes Associates, Bates Smart Architects, Cox Group Architects, Crone Nation, and C3d.
His work shows an interest in the organic and his specialised design and technical skills tend to sensuous surfaces and complex geometrical relationships. His work has been published in various architectural journals and books and exhibited at the 2008 Venice Biennale.