DESIGN
EXCELLENCE
SINCE 1868
The P&T Group is an award-winning, international design firm, providing clients with innovative, commercially successful and sustainable design solutions.
DESIGN
EXCELLENCE
SINCE 1868
The P&T Group is an award-winning, international design firm, providing clients with innovative, commercially successful and sustainable design solutions.
DESIGN
EXCELLENCE
SINCE 1868
The P&T Group is an award-winning, international design firm, providing clients with innovative, commercially successful and sustainable design solutions.
DESIGN
EXCELLENCE
SINCE 1868
The P&T Group is an award-winning, international design firm, providing clients with innovative, commercially successful and sustainable design solutions.

Who We Are

The P&T Group, the oldest and largest international architectural engineering practice in Southeast Asia Region. Our 1600-plus architects, engineers, planners and designers operate in over 70 cities, on an excess of 10 million square metres of combined floor area, annually.

We offer a full range of architectural, structural and mechanical engineering, planning and project management services, with full support from in-house interior and graphic design divisions. Model making, extensive computer and photographic facilities, as well as full administrative support complete this service of total design.

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News
In a recent interview with CorpHub, our Directors Ms. Janette Chan & Mr. Chris Che have shared how P&T Group seeks breakthroughs from restrictions while inheriting 150 years of history.
Healthcare system is a powerful tool of society. How can we do better? In an interview with WSP’s magazine, THE POSSIBLE, P&T Group Director Ms. Vivien Mak talked about how healthcare facility design benefits the system.
In the Press
In a recent interview with CorpHub, our Directors Ms. Janette Chan & Mr. Chris Che have shared how P&T Group seeks breakthroughs from restrictions while inheriting 150 years of history.
Healthcare system is a powerful tool of society. How can we do better? In an interview with WSP’s magazine, THE POSSIBLE, P&T Group Director Ms. Vivien Mak talked about how healthcare facility design benefits the system.
Publication
In the latest HKIA Journal article, P&T Director Steve Cheung shared his vision on future cityscape and how we accomplished it in our tower design.
When new technologies affect our lives on unprecedented scale, P&T steps in to become the Hong Kong BIM & MiC leader
Events
As part of our commitments to nurturing the next generation of architectural talent, P&T Group each year awards the P&T Travel Scholarship to several Hong Kong architecture students who would like to further their studies, or develop their theses, during overseas summer trips.
Have you ever wondered what makes a city livable? P&T Group Directors Mr. Benjamin Ip and Mr. Joel Chan were being invited to 2019 Hong Kong Biennale of UrbanismArchitecture - LIVEABILITY Symposium and have discussed with other professional architects, urban planners and urban designers in a macro point of view — how current governance can improve further to create a better city identity and living environment.
Awards
Apart from the two Hong Kong projects winning in the Asia Pacific Property Awards 2020 mentioned in our last post, another three P&T projects in Thailand have won the award as well.
P&T has won an award in two categories respectively for Hong Kong projects, which are Public Service Interior for The Grove, The Harbour School, Hong Kong, and Public Service Architecture for Malvern College, Hong Kong.
Be inspired by our persistent search for Quality, Creativity, Functionality, and most of all, for Beauty in architecture.
LING VICTORIA LI
We narrate the story of living with our creativity, logical thinking and professional knowledge.
STEVE CHEUNG
It is working within limits that the craftsman reveals himself. -Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
DESMOND WU
The balance of poetic and pragmatic in architecture is just as consequential as a balanced life.
KONG CHOONG KIT
The greatest and most beautiful ideas are often the simplest too
LEUNG WAI MAN