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Technotia Laboratories is a multi-disciplinary industry engaged research & development group founded to provide innovative solutions to problems across a wide field of industries, sectors and professions.

Why Technotia Laboratories...

The Group

Technotia Laboratories is comprised of a vast variety of backgrounds and experience. Find out more below to meet our founder.


Our work can be categorised into two areas of interest; Structural Design and IT & Technology. Find out about our extensive experience and capabilities.


Technotia Labs operates within a unique space with a particularly close working relationship with Alvarez & Marsal (A&M) that allows us to work across disciplines, from consulting to structural design to IT & technology.


Our group is continually working in the background on their own research and development relevant to their specialised field. Find out about some of our members published pieces.


Members of Technotia Laboratories have won some of the highest architecture and engineering awards nationally and internationally.

How to Design a Structure



The How to Design a Structure publication was instigated by Prof. James Murray-Parkes and the team at the Multiplex Engineering Innovations Group.

The book outlines the progress, evolution and solutions to structural design alternatives made by James and his team between 2013 and 2018. It provides an overview of the wide range of opportunities for alternative design and optimisation which are present in projects in spaces from modular construction to tall buildings and more.

Handbook for the Design of Modular Structures

Monash University, Victorian Government


This was initially instigated by Prof. James Murray-Parkes, Prof. Yu Bai, Adam Styles, Angela Wang, Monash University, the Victorian Government, and various industry partners.

This handbook was the first of its kind in the world, providing integrated solutions and experiences to industry, government and the community including: Design for performance; Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA); and Regulatory compliance.