In a grand event, esteemed winners at the annual Asia Pacific Property Awards 2023-24 were felicitated in Mumbai. The event saw Indian real estate developers and other leading stakeholders from across the country coming together to celebrate outstanding achievements in the architecture, interior design, and real estate sectors. The event, as part of the prestigious International Property Awards, was held in Bangkok, Thailand, witnessed Indian developers and architects winning the third-highest number of awards (46) out of a total of 362.

Among them, major Indian real estate developers Brigade Group, Sumadhura Infracon, Tata Realty, as well as leading architect companies including Prashant Sutaria Architecture, Reza Kabul Architects secured accolades for their respective projects, playing a huge contributing hand towards enhancing the reputation of Indian Real Estate at an established, global platform.

the annual Asia Pacific Property Awards 2023-24L–R: Deepak Guggari, Studio VGDA; Love Choudhary, And Studio; Manish Kumat, Manish Kumat Design Cell; Reza Kabul, Reza Kabul Architects; Prashant Sutaria, Prashant Sutaria Architecture; Sheetal Rakheja, Aeon Design & Development LLP; Bobby Joseph, LWT India & Subcontinent, LIXIL India; Anusha Dandekar and Bhavna Singh, RSP Design Consultants; Dileep C V, INODES; Bharat K Kandukuri, Sumadhura Infracon; Ajay Koshy, Brigade Group; Hiren Patel, Hiren Patel Architects; Mustafa Mohd Ali, Genesis Planners; Arvind Jain, A.J. Architects

Sumadhura Infracon won two awards: one for its Sumadhura Capitol Towers under the Commercial High-Rise Development - India category and the other for The Olympus under the Residential High-Rise Development – India. Situated in Bangalore and Hyderabad, respectively, the two projects have set industry benchmarks in modern construction and architecture. Bharat Kumar Kandukuri, Co-founder & Director, said, “Sumadhura’s recognition on a global, established platform gives us further validation of our work and boosts our confidence to go the extra mile. We are extremely proud of our contribution towards the ongoing Indian real estate revolution, which has evolved greatly in the past decade.”

Prashant Sutaria Architecture won under the ‘Hotel Architecture’ category for The Monolith. “We believe that good architecture is creating something extraordinary using ordinary materials. With consumers drifting towards eco-conscious living, minimizing waste and energy consumption, it becomes our responsibility to help them achieve their vision of a sustainable home,” said Prashant Sutaria, Principal Architect.

Reza Kabul, President, Reza Kabul Architects, which won in the category ‘New Hotel Construction & Design’ for Taj Skyline, said, “We must remember that buildings last for centuries, they survive the ravages of time, therefore, it is imperative that we leave behind a legacy that makes people happy long after our time. Our philosophy is to blur the lines of architecture, interior and landscape. We constantly encourage ourselves to unlearn the existing system and learn newer ways of design and innovation - only then can we move forward.”

The Felicitation ceremony was followed by a networking session amongst all the industry stakeholders.