Pan Yicheng graduated with honours from the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London, Pan was also chosen as one of the top eight graduates in 2006 for the UK by BD magazine and shortlisted for the RIBA Presidents Silver Medal in the same year. Pan also presented his research at the 10th Venice Architectural Biennale representing the Architectural Association and won 2nd prize for the Evolo International Skyscraper competition. Upon graduation, Pan has conducted workshops and design tutorials for the Architectural Association in London and Singapore while working on various public and private projects at Serie Architects and TP Bennett Architects in London. At TP Bennett he was involved from design to construction stage of the Haringey Mortuary in London which involves the conservation of the Tottenham Cemetery lodge. He was also a team leader in the planning and design of the London Bridge Station Masterplan. In 2008, Pan was runner up for the LEX Walsall Architectural competition. Pan joined UNStudio in October 2008 and was the lead architect for the first prized Beijing River Creative Zone masterplanning competition. Other high profile projects include “Raffles City”, a 60 storey mixed-use building in Hangzhou and a landmark sports centre in Dalian. In October 2009, Pan returned to Singapore and joined P.A.C design studio as design director. He worked on numerous Masterplanning proposals in different cities across China for VXL Group in Beijing. Of which, was a ski resort in Hebei province which he completed to detail design stage. He also competed for several projects in Singapore including Al Ansar Mosque in Bedok and “Our Lady Star of the Sea” Catholic Church which was both shortlisted to the final stages. In 2012, Pan completed the Herman Miller Xtra Shop-in-shop at Parkmall in Singapore and the project won the World Architecture Festival, Best Retail Building of the Year category. In 2013, Pan co-founded Produce. Workshop Pte Ltd with a group of friends to combine design with making. Integrating a prototyping workshop as an integral part of the design studio and process. To date, produce has completed numerous high profile projects, such as Wild Rocket at Mount Emily and KKI Sweets at the School of the Arts which won the prestigious retail category at the World Architecture Festival INSIDE awards in 2015. Pan is also the winner of the prestigious INSIDE Interior Of The Year Award 2017.