P&T Group is one of the largest international architectural and engineering practices in the world with offices in Hong Kong, Singapore, China, Vietnam, Taiwan, Thailand, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Macau, among others.

The Singapore office was established in 1972. Drawing on the collective expertise and professional services available within the Group, the practice has expanded rapidly over the years to meet the growing demand for professional architectural design services in the fast developing city-state and the Asian region. Today, P&T Consultants has a more than 350-strong team in Singapore.


Koichiro Ikebuchi was born in Osaka in 1965. After obtaining a degree in architecture in Osaka, he moved to Singapore. With several years of extensive experience in interior design work, Ikebuchi started his own practice in Singapore and Osaka in 1996, where he was also a design consultant for a Japanese lighting company.

In 2004, Koichiro Ikebuchi set up the current company, atelier ikebuchi pte ltd. Koichiro Ikebuchi has also participated in a number of international competitions for his design work and received international awards, such as Diamond International Award by De Beers, Design Award by Saporiti Italia and President’s Design Award Singapore.

In 2000 - 2001, Koichiro Ikebuchi exhibited his own furniture collection during the Salone del Mobile in Milan.

As an interior designer, Koichiro Ikebuchi has also completed projects in other countries across Asia, Middle East, Oceania and North America.

His projects range from luxury residences, hotels, offices and boutiques, to product design, including furniture and lighting.


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