A one-of-its-kind webinar organized by the Krisumi Corporation, India’s first Indo-Japanese joint venture in real estate, set a new record with an overwhelming response from over 5000 registration from the real estate ecosystem. It focused on the ‘New Age‘ experiences of homebuyers in Indian real estate with an objective to bring all stakeholders on a single platform.
Krisumi Waterfall Residences
The webinar also featured a 360-degree immersive film on the actual sample apartment of their flagship project, Krisumi Waterfall Residences. It has been conceived and created by the acclaimed image-makers Hardev Singh and Harmeet Singh of legendary Hardev Singh Photography. The film also depicted Krisumi’s core philosophy of amalgamating Japanese design, architecture and landscaping, and Indian aesthetics to create a unique design identity.
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In his keynote address, Ashok Kapur, Chairman, Krishna Group, said, “We are delighted to partner with Sumitomo Corporation, a reputed Japanese conglomerate with a common vision to redefine the standards in Indian real estate. Sumitomo Corporation is a global giant embodying quality and diligence as its core philosophy. We are confident that our product-one of the finest in the market, will speak for itself.”
Takahiro Yamazaki, Co-CEO and Director, Sumitomo Corporation, highlighted the successful track record of Sumitomo Corporation in delivering over 300 projects to date and expressed confidence in the project living up to the consumers’ expectations.
“Sumitomo Corporation is a reputed name and has successfully delivered over 300 projects over the world. The Indian consumer today has global exposure. Sumitomo Corporation leverages best-in-class expertise to deliver the best quality product. We have collaborated with Nikken Sekkei, one of the largest design firms in Japan. I am confident that this kind of design and construction techniques will make it a world-class product in India,” said Takahiro Yamazaki, Co-CEO and Director, Sumitomo Corporation.
Akash Khurana, CEO, Krisumi Corporation, stated that Krisumi Corporation has been founded with an aim to bridge the trust deficit and offer residential projects that can be customized according to modern-day consumers tastes and preferences.
He said, “We are extremely excited to showcase the immersive 360-degree platform for our flagship project Krisumi Waterfall Residences. Today, Indian real estate faces two major challenges- ack of credibility and residential offerings that do not align with consumer preferences and budget.”
“Simultaneously. Krisumi Waterfall Residences has been conceptualized to provide an aesthetic sense and environment that people crave for. Luxury has been traditionally associated with the size or ticket price of apartments in India. Krisumi is redefining this paradigm by providing a best-in-class living environment in a ticket size more palatable to everyone. At Krisumi, our core belief is quality, attention to detail and product enhancement to ensure that the requirements of each patron are met.”
The project, Krisumi Waterfall Residences, amalgamates the Japanese design concepts to cater to modern and discerning Indian customers. The master plan and architectural design have been developed by renowned and worlds second-largest Japanese design firm, Nikken Sekkei‘ of ‘The Tokyo Sky Tree‘ fame.
Sharing insights into the project design and architecture of the project, Masakazu Kimura, Head of Global Design Department & Principal Architect, Nikken Sekkei, said, “Nikken Sekkei is the leading architectural and master planning company consistently ranked top 3 in the world. Our journey with this project started in 2015 with a masterplan. In Japan, we believe that any project needs whole-to-whole and part-to-whole integration in a consistent manner. While conceptualizing architecture, landscape and interiors of Waterfall Residences, we have blended emotions, sentiments and community living in Indian culture and integrated with Japanese simplicity and design. We have tried to combine traditional Japanese design concepts such as zen, etc., to create a unified design language with a un