From Far East to Middle East, P&T has been a leader for the hotel development in the Far East and our ambition is to transform Dubai into a global leader in hotel innovation.
消息: HKIA Tall Storeys Exhibition
P&T is excited to be exhibiting our projects at the Royal Institute of British Architects in London from 30 October to 26 November. The exhibition is organized by The Hong Kong Institute of Architects, presenting the story of Hong Kong from 1965 to the present day through award-winning architecture. Our Director, Mr. Remo Riva, is one of the speakers participating in the “High Density Cities” forum that takes place on 31 October.
巴马丹拿出品: Newsletter June 2014
The newsletter showcases our new projects and recent completed projects as well as our 30-year history of green architecture.
Our project Park Ventures in Bangkok won a few awards in past years including:
2013 Asean Energy Awards - New and Existing Building
2013 Thailand Energy Awards - Green Building
2013 International Property Awards - Highly Commended Landscape Architecture Thailand
2013 DE mark Awards - Environmental Graphic design
2013 Thailand Energy Awards - New and Existing Building
2011 International Property Awards - Best Mixed-use Architecture Thailand
巴马丹拿出品: The Master Architect Series P&T Group 145 years of Architecture in Asia
The P&T Group, formerly known as Palmer and Turner Hong Kong , is the oldest and largest international architectural engineering practice in the Southeast Asia with over 1,900 staff, working from offices located in Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Bangkok, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Shanghai, Beijing, Wuhan, Dalian, Chongqing, Shenzhen, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Ras Al Khaimah and Qatar. Projects are also undertaken in most other Southeast Asian countries.
The Group is committed to the pursuit of excellence in the architectural and engineering field and aims to improve the quality of life by contributing to the design of the physical environment. Professional emphasis is placed on visual and functional elements of design, to create buildings that are both aesthetically pleasing and sympathetic to their surroundings.