Shortlisted Entries

Moving Mountains

Moving Mountains centres around issues of dependency, recharge and social-ecological realities shaped by groundwater. It will also dwell on the consequences of coupling land rights with water rights. It aims to explore what this does to disparity in distribution as well as recharge.

Antarjala

Antarjala is about Bengaluru’s changing relationship with water has been a story of urban growth, and also one of intimate change in a community’s relationship with water. The proposal aims to dive into understanding ‘scarcity’ as more than just a natural phenomenon, but also a socially mediated political process.

Navadi

Navadi is the story of a boat rider who rescues hundreds of people trapped in the flood every year in Kolhapur. The proposal explores the evident reasons of flood as unplanned urbanization and lack of disaster management response.

पानी का खेल (Waiting)

पानी का खेल (Waiting) seeks to represent water access issues in Mumbai as more than just that. It depicts the all-consuming process of obtaining an official water connection as a resident of an informal settlement, and through that, raises questions of legitimacy, right, and belonging.

फासले (So far, So close)

फासले (So far, So close) charts instances of disparities in distribution attempting to make palpable, its far reaching consequences. It also aims to unravel the contradiction of distances associated with the ‘urban organism’ – which demands being fed with people & resources from far & wide.

डूबती ईंटे (Sinking Bricks)

डूबती ईंटे (Sinking Bricks) looks at a family living in a small brick house, surrounded with water on all sides during the rains. This water contains wastewater and industrial waste from the colonies, garbage and rain water which all gets stagnant here. The proposal is about the daily struggle of this family and the many people living here.

நீ ரின்றி அமையாது (Nothing without Water)

நீ ரின்றி அமையாது (Nothing without Water) looks at how water is the most essential component that sustains human life. But we’ve come a long way from thriving around a river’s existence to disrespecting its presence and contributions. This proposal narrates the story of exploitation of Ennore’s rich Creek and Kosasthalaiyar river due to excess encroachments and discharges by government and private industrial ambitions.

শিলসাঁকোৰ উদং বুকু (Remember Xilxaku)

শিলসাঁকোৰ উদং বুকু (Remember Xilxaku) is about the ecosystem of Xilxaku Beel, an important wetland in Guwahati is being destroyed to make an artificial concrete eco-park. I met the fairy of the Beel, Jol Kuwori, who was crying helplessly beside her destroyed home.

The Chaviwallahs of Mumbai

The Chaviwallahs of Mumbai looks to explore the idea of what makes water move in this city. Who has access to it and who doesn’t. While the keymen control the flow of water by opening and closing of valves, who are the real chaviwallah’s that influence the flow of water in this city.

Bombay Hotel

Bombay Hotel explores the relationship that children of the Bombay Hotel area in Ahmedabad share with water and its accessibility while living next to the city’s largest garbage site.

The Bhavi Project

The Bhavi Project documents open wells as traditional water systems and their changing needs, through the lens of Vaddars, the traditional well-digger community in Bengaluru city. Through engrained stories, the film builds an inquiry towards the sustenance of these open wells and their adaptation to cater to increasing water needs and changing lifestyles.

Aragol

Aragol looks at the life of the migrant artisanal coracle fishing community whose economies and livelihood solely depend on the Cochin estuary. It will illustrate the paradoxical relationship the community has with the city and its water body.

Bypassing Diaras

Bypassing Diaras attempts to document the unique relationship between the residents of Diara and the river Ganga in Patna. Diaras are riverine islands formed between the natural levees of the river as a result of silt deposition. In recent years, there has been a massive push toward infrastructure building, particularly projects concerned with urban mobility. But Diaras continue to face mobility challenges due to annual flooding and exclusionary planning.

The Many Journeys of Water

The Many Journeys of Water is an exploration of the many journeys of water—from fresh to black and grey waters—and the journey of a few women who are intrinsically linked to this journey of water.

Resource experts for Nagari 2022

Water in Urban India

Mridula Ramesh

Mridula Ramesh is the author of the critically acclaimed The Climate Solution and the newly released, Watershed, and the founder of the Sundaram Climate Institute, which focuses on waste and water solutions. She is an active cleantech angel investor, with a portfolio of over twenty start-ups. A graduate with distinction from Cornell University and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management, Mridula worked at McKinsey in Silicon Valley and is the executive director of Sundaram Textiles. She is part of the board of trustees of World Wildlife Fund, India, and chairperson of the board of governors at National Institute of Technology, Andhra Pradesh. She lives and experiments in Madurai in a (nearly) net-zero-waste home with her husband and two children.

Addressing various factors associated with Water and Urbanism

Vishwanath S

S. Vishwanath is a Civil Engineer and an Urban Planner. He has 34 years of experience in the water, waste-water and sanitation sector helping design rainwater harvesting, aquifer recharge, wastewater recycling and ecosan systems. He is an Adjunct Professor and teaches a course on the theme – “Water”  at the Azim Premji University, Bengaluru, India. He is a Trustee with the Biome Environmental Trust and a Director at Biome Environmental Solutions, an Ecological Architecture practicing firm. He is a member of the Sustainable Sanitation Alliance a global alliance of people and groups working towards sustainable sanitation. He is a member of the International Water Association. He wrote a weekly column called Waterwise for 12 years for The Hindu. He has been a member of various expert committee which helped formulate the Rainwater harvesting policy and law for Bengaluru, the Waste-water policy for Karnataka and the Water Policy for Karnataka, drafted by the Karnataka Knowledge Commission. He was the Secretary General of the International Rainwater Catchment Systems Association for 4 years. He was the Advisor at Arghyam and for the India Water Portal for 10 years

Hussain Indorewala

Hussain Indorewala is a teacher and urban researcher. He teaches planning theory, housing and humanities at the Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute for Architecture (KRVIA) in Mumbai. His research work has focused on urban history, infrastructure planning, politics of land and housing, and sustainable transport. He writes frequently in the popular press on urban development, planning and policy. He is the founder partner of the Collective for Spatial Alternatives (CSA), an action research and community planning collective.

Sarita Fernandes



Sarita Fernandes is a coastal, small-island state and maritime policy scholar, with her work and specialisation on land-use changes of coastal zones, conservation of olive ridley sea turtles and coastal disaster management. She also works on ocean governance and marine resource management of maritime zones and stakeholder climate equity into domestic and intergovernmental policies. She studies spatial distribution of different ocean sectors on coastal commons, policy, community-conservation and case-studies of conflict within ocean economic sectors using the same zones.

She has completed her Masters in Public Policy from St. Xavier’s College (Mumbai) and her Post-Graduate Diploma in International Relations and Foreign Policy from the Pherozshah Mehta Bhavan-Department of Civics and Pol. Science in the University of Bombay. Her Masters thesis in public policy included a policy-analysis of the impact of coastal policy (CRZ notifications) on Mumbai’s coastline and her second thesis involved a stakeholder feasibility framework of UNCLOS (United Nations Convention of The Law Of The Sea). Sarita is based out of Goa and New Delhi and is the founder and managing trustee of the Goa Sea Turtle Trust and the Ocean, Coastal and Ecological Alliance Network (O.C.E.A.N).

This is only about our shared heritage, the Kala Academy

By Dr. Oscar Rebello

Goa loves its fair share of drama. The latest potboiler hitting the theatres near you is the new film: “Govind Gaude ko gussa kyon aata hai?”

For the uninitiated, the Kala Academy, the iconic masterpiece created by Charles Correa, is up for renovation. (Thankfully no bulldozers, the weapon of choice for BJP-style renovation!)

Govind, the art and culture minister, says this renovation was long overdue as there were inherent structural flaws in the building which, built at sea level, let water from the River (now sewage) Mandovi seep into the auditorium and corrode it.

On the flip side, the Charles Correa Foundation (CCF), comprising renowned architects and planners and captains of industry, believes that the government of the day cannot distinguish between restoration and renovation.

And KA needs restoration: a gentle, time-consuming, exceedingly intricate and complex procedure.

Continue reading “This is only about our shared heritage, the Kala Academy”

Convener

The Charles Correa Foundation (CCF) announces a vacancy for a Convener at the studio based in Fontainhas, Panaji. Applicants who are prepared to start work in Goa by mid-June will be preferred. Submit your applications before 15 June 2022.

Requirements:

  • Professional degree in architecture, at least three years work experience.
  • Demonstrate leadership in team-building.
  • Management skills, familiarity with budgeting and accounts.
  • Proficiency in the following software: Autocad, Sketchup, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.
  • Portfolio of architectural and design work.
  • Essay – 500 words (max). Prompt: Of all the ideas that Correa wrote about, which one do you think CCF is best positioned to address today? Why?
  • Writing sample – from an earlier academic paper.

Job Description

Primary responsibility is to assist the Director and Managing Trustee in order to ensure the smooth execution of CCF activities.

  • Guide and support the Research Fellows in incubating research or projects around the improvement of our natural and built habitat.
  • Represent the organisation to the outside world.
  • Present Charles Correa’s archives, his philosophy, and work, to student groups, and professionals visiting the Foundation.
  • Write grant proposals for projects and activities in consultation with the Director.
  • Lead the documentation of drawings and photographs of Charles Correa’s built and unbuilt projects, sketches and essays.
  • Co-ordinate with relevant partners to publish on Charles Correa’s philosophy and work, as well as Foundation projects and research
  • Organise national and international events, exhibitions, lectures, workshops and conferences which discuss the Charles Correa archives and ideas for improving the urban realm.
  • Write about concerns and issues related to architecture and urbanism, represent them through the CCF blog, newsletter, etc.
  • Oversee the day-to-day running of the Foundation studio alongside the administrator, including keeping an account of costs incurred and basic accounting of the Trust.

Send in your application to apply@charlescorreafoundation.org with the subject “Application for Convener” with the necessary attachments.

Goa says who Charles Correa was

When pressed by reporters about CCF’s concerns in the Kala Academy’s renovation, the Art and Culture Minister retorted “Who is CCF”. An editorial in the Herald response to these statements, read the whole article below.

Continue reading “Goa says who Charles Correa was”

Charles Correa Foundation raise concerns over Kala Academy renovations

The Charles Correa Foundation (CCF) organised a discussion with citizens and the press conference on 14 May 2022 in which Nondita Correa Mehrotra (Director), Arminio Ribeiro (Trustee) and Tahir Noronha (Convener) addressed concerns over the Kala Academy renovation.

CCF pointed out that over the last 40 years Kala Academy has had many problems and that there has never been appropriate repair of the building. All past renovations ignored the structural issues and focussed on cosmetics – painting the building and disguising the damage. CCF is hopeful that this repair will be holistic and comprehensive as a significant amount of public funds is being spent on it. CCF gave the example of waterproofing, which was unscientifically applied twice in 1996 and 2004, without removing the previous layers. Such treatment has led to severe overloading of the structure and accordingly many of the structural problems that were reported in 2019 were from this primary issue. The methodology for structural repair proposed in the contractor’s report is satisfactory. These repairs concluded in April 2022. Now architecture work of finishes, installation of equipment, etc., will commence. However, given the lack of transparency and information we have gleaned from various inside sources, there are several concerns over the interior renovation and the auditorium design.

CCF recalled the wording of the Hon. High Court, that “no portion of Kala Academy will be demolished but only repaired to preserve and up-keep the same”. This means that the project is one of repair and renovation and must follow the three principles of conservation:

  • PRESERVATION of what is irreparable and needs to be preserved as is.
    (eg. Mario Miranda’s artwork in the auditorium is one of the only 7 murals that he has done all around the world).
  • REPAIR for what has been damaged and bringing it back to its original quality.
    (eg. The removal of the waterproofing layers in the Amphitheatre).
  • UPGRADATION if there is a justified technical need.
    (eg. The AC systems of the auditorium in Kala Academy have been outdated and in a very bad condition hence it would be a justified need to bring in new systems).

Various sources have informed CCF that changes are being made in the finishes of the building. These architectural changes are unjustified. When the building was built, the materials and painting of the murals were designed so that the building was clearly in the public realm, the citizen’s space, with simple flooring and a bright, airy feel as one walked from Campal down to the river. Informants have indicated that flooring will change from the original Shahbad and white China mosaic to darker stones and flowered patterned tiles which will make the lobby spaces dark, dingy and uninviting, and change one of the key appeals of Kala Academy. 

The acoustics of the indoor auditorium was originally designed by Bolt Beranek and Newman — the finest in the field, whose portfolio included symphony halls and parliaments, from San Francisco to Tel Aviv to Melbourne. Their consultancy was pro bono on Correa’s request. Robert Newman realised the reverberation time required to best appreciate Western classical music and Indian classical music was different, so the Deenanath Mangeshkar Auditorium was designed to be acoustically live, with small adjustments to the reflective curtains and balconies that could be opened and closed to create a flexible acoustic experience for live performances and film. 

Under the umbrella of up-gradation in 2004, the acoustics were tampered with (when Kala Academy was renovated at a cost of ₹24 crores in 4 months for the International Film Festival of India), the ceiling was replaced with flat panels, and the curtains in the balcony removed. Charles Correa raised concerns at that time, but he was ignored by the State Government. Sources inform us that a new acoustic design has been proposed and artist Mario Miranda’s murals may not be spared. Such major changes threaten to erase the design essence of Kala Academy.

In architectural conservation projects, especially the renovation of 20th century buildings, the norm is to consult the original designer, to understand the different layers of the project and have access to archival drawings. For example, recently CCF was an integral part of a consortium of architects and engineers developing a management plan for the renovation of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Stadium in Ahmedabad, a concrete structure designed by Charles Correa and Mahendra Raj in the 1960s. CCF was brought on board to share records, opinion and ensure that the proposals are in tune with the original design. Here Goa is losing out on an opportunity to retain a building which has been internationally respected and acclaimed.

After CCF received information from within the Kala Academy and PWD, they called a press conference on 14 May 2022, and stated that the State Government must be transparent and inform the Public of the restoration and the changes being made to the architectural finishes. It is the Public that must be informed, as the work is being done using Public funds. This could very well be the last opportunity to understand the extent of restoration, question it and do it correctly before it is all lost. 

You can watch the press meet below:

Ideas, suggestions must be welcomed

An editorial in oHeraldo on the concerns raised by Charles Correa Foundation on the Kala Academy Renovation.

The original article was published on 18 May 2022, posted on www.heraldgoa.in on 18 May 2022 at 07:00 am IST and retrieved on 18 May 2022 at 04.00pm.

Coverage of 14 May, 2022 Press Conference

From the Herald, 15 May 2022 | Read the entire article here.
From The Goan Bhaangarbhuin, 15 May 2022

From The Goan Varta, 15 May 2022

Nagari 2022

WATER IN URBAN INDIA

Over the last few decades, we have seen how rapid population growth, high densities, poverty and high differentials in access to housing, public services and infrastructure have led to an increase in vulnerability, especially in India’s urban centres.

Previous editions of Nagari have looked at the state of housing and the challenges of livelihood that exist within this rapid urbanisation. This year, Nagari will focus on a single idea of how stories in urban India are tied to water.

Theme

Shortlisted Entries

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Mentors

Resource experts

BRIEF

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Charles Correa – Resume

Architect, planner, activist and theoretician, Charles Correa is one of the few contemporary architects who addresses not only issues of architecture, but of low-income housing and urban planning as well. His work covers a wide range, from the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial at the Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad, the Jawahar Kala Kendra in Jaipur and the State Assembly for Madhya Pradesh, to housing projects and townships in Delhi, Bombay, Ahmedabad and Bangalore. He was Chief Architect for ‘Navi Mumbai’ the new city of 2 million people across the harbour from Bombay, and was appointed by Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi as the first Chairman of the National Commission on Urbanisation.

Correa has taught at several universities, both in India and abroad, and currently spends part of his time at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he is Farwell Bemis Professor in the School of Architecture and Planning. He has been awarded the highest honours of his profession, including the Aga Khan Award for Architecture, the Praemium Imperiale of Japan, and the Gold Medals of the UIA and the RIBA

EDUCATION

1939 – 1946St. Xavier’s High School, Bombay
1946 – 1948St. Xavier’s College, University of Bombay
1949 – 1953University of Michigan (B.Arch)
1953 – 1955Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.Arch)

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

1964 – 2015Fellow, Indian Institute of Architects
1974 – 2015Council of Architecture, India

HONORARY FELLOWSHIPS

1979American Institute of Architects, Washington, DC
1985Academie d’ Architecture Francais, Paris
1987International Academy of Architecture, Sofia, Bulgaria
1990United Architects of the Philippines, Manila
1992Finnish Institute of Architects, Helsinki, Finland
1993Royal Institute of British Architects, London
1993American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Cambridge, Mass
1997Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland, Dublin
1998American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY
1999Trinidad Institute of Architects, Jamaica
2002Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, Winnipeg, Canada

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

1958 – to dateIn private practice in Bombay
1964 – 1965Prepared alternate Master Plan (with Pravina Mehta & Shirish Patel) proposing city of New Bombay
1969 – 1971Invited by the Government of Peru and the UN to design PREVI
low–cost housing project in Lima
1971 – 1974Chief Architect to CIDCO (Government of Maharashtra) for development of New Bombay
1975 – 1989Board of Directors, CIDCO (New Bombay)
1975 – 1978Consulting Architect, Government of Karnataka
1975 – 1983Chairman, Housing Urban Renewal & Ecology Board, Bombay
Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (BMRDA)
1975 – 1994Executive Committee, BMRDA
1985 – 1988Chairman, National Commission on Urbanisation, Government of India
1985 – 1986Chairman, Committee for Textile Mills in Bombay, Government of Maharashtra
1996 – 1998President, World Society of EKISTICS, Athens, Greece
1999 – to dateConsulting Architect, Government of Goa

BOARD MEMBERSHIPS & COMMITTEES

1975 – 1978Member, Bangalore Urban Arts Commission
1975 – 1984Western Board, Reserve Bank of India
1975 – 1989Board of Directors, CIDCO (New Bombay)
1976Consultant to Director–General of UN HABITAT Conference,
Vancouver
1976Consultant to UN Secretary–General for planning of, new capital of
Tanzania
1977– 1986Member, Steering Committee, Aga Khan Award for Architecture
1980 – 1984Member, Urban Conservation Committee, Hyderabad Urban
Development Authority
1981 – 1988Member, Board of Advisors, MIMAR
1982 – 1985Member, Economic & Planning Advisory Council to the Chief Minister, Government of Karnataka
1983Founder Member, Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH)
1984Founder Member, Trust for Urban Design Research Institute, Bombay
1984 – 1986Chairman, Committee for “VISTARA: The Architecture of India”
1996Member, Secretary–General’s Advisory Group for HABITAT II
Conference, Istanbul
1999 – to dateSteering Committee, Aga Khan Award for Architecture
2005 – to dateChairman, Delhi Urban Arts Commission

JURIES OF ARCHITECTURAL PRIZES / COMPETITIONS

1976Pahalavi National Library Competition, Iran.
1988 – 1991Master Jury, Aga Khan Award for Architecture
1989Kuwait Pearls Competition, Kuwait Real Estate Company.
1991Chairman of Jury, Samarkand Competition, Uzbekistan
1992 – 1998Pritzker Prize for Architecture
1993National Landmark for State of Kuwait
1993Juma Al–Majid Centre for Culture & Heritage, Dubai
1994AIA / Otis Housing Competition, Washington DC
1998Jury Member, National Housing Competition, China
1997Chairman of Jury, New Constitutional Court, Government of
South Africa.
1998- to datePrins Claus Awards, Netherlands.
1999New Campus of American University at Cairo
2000Venice Biennale Jury, Venice – June
2002- to date‘Praemium Imperiale Asian Nomination Committee’, Tokyo

VISITING PROFESSORSHIPS

1962Albert Bemis Professor, MIT, Cambridge, Mass – Fall
1974Sir Banister Fletcher Professor, University of London – May
1974Harvard, Cambridge – Fall
1976J.J. School of Architecture, University of Bombay
1979Arthur Q. Davis Professor, Tulane University, New Orleans – Fall
1981MIT, Cambridge, Mass – Spring
1982University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia – Spring
1984Columbia University, New York – Spring
1985-1986Jawaharlal Nehru Professor, Cambridge University, U.K.
1987Harvard, Cambridge, Mass – Spring
1987National University of Singapore – July
1989MIT, Cambridge, Mass – Spring
1989MIT, Cambridge. Mass – Fall
1992Visiting Aga Khan Professor, MIT, Cambridge – Fall
1993Tong–ji University, Shanghai – April
1995Washington University, St. Louis, Miss – Spring
1998MIT, Cambridge, Mass – Fall
2000Friedman Professor, University of California, Berkeley, CA – Spring
2000- to dateA. Farwell Bemis Professor, MIT, Cambridge

BIO–DATA included in

WHO’S WHO, A & C Black, London
WHO’S WHO IN INDIA, The Times of India, Bombay
CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTS, St. James Press, London
WHO’S WHO IN AMERICA, Marquis, New Providence, N.J.
WHO’S WHO IN THE WORLD, Marquis, New Providence, N.J.
INTERNATIONAL WHO’S WHO, Europa Publications, London

CCA – BIBLIOGRAPHY

EXHIBITIONS & MUSEUMS

HANDLOOM PAVILION
1958

Pragati Maidan, New Delhi

Journals

1959‘Object on View’, by Michael Brawne, The Architectural Review, London – November, p. 246
1960‘India & Pakistan’, by John Writer, Architectural Design, London – April, pp. 156-157
1961‘The Michigan Influence in Architecture – Bombay’ by R. B. Lytle, Michigan Alumnus, Ann Arbor – p. 53

GANDHI SMARAK SANGRAHALAYA
1958-63

Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Journals

1960‘India & Pakistan’, by John Writer, Architectural Design, London – April, pp. 156-157
1963‘Gandhi Smarak Sangrahalaya’, Indian Institute of Architects Journal, Bombay – April, pp. 26-38
1964‘Indian Revisions’, Architectural Review, London – April, pp. 235-236
1977‘Quarttro Lavori di Correa’, L’Architectura, Rome – March, pp. 640-646
1980‘Report from India: Current work of Correa’, by H. Smith, Architectural Record, New York – July, pp. 88 – 89
1980‘Contemporary Asian Architecture’, Process Architecture – 20, Tokyo – November, pp. 94 -118

Books

1987A History of Architecture, by Sir Banister Fletcher, 19th Edition, Butterworth, London, p. 1494
1991Architecture of SARC Nations, by Razia Grover and S.K. Das, Media Transasia (I), Delhi, p. 52
2000World Architecture, A Critical Mosaic 1900-2000, Vol. 8, South Asia, Ed. Rahul Mehrotra,
Pub. China Architecture and Building Press and SpringerWienNewYork, pp. 112 – 113

HINDUSTAN LEVER PAVILION
1961

Pragati Maidan, New Delhi

Journals

1960‘Hindustan Lever Pavilion’, Architectural Review, London – July, p. 57
1961‘Indian Pavilion’, Architectural Forum, New York – January, p. 132
1962‘Concrete’, by Peter Blake, Architectural Forum, New York – September, p. 78

NATIONAL CRAFTS MUSEUM
1975-93

New Delhi, Delhi

Journals

1979‘Crafts Museum’, by S. Baxi, Museum, London – April, pp. 374-377
1980‘Contemporary Asian Architecture’, Process Architecture – 20, Tokyo – November, pp. 94-118
1991‘Charles Correa’, by Satish Grover, Architecture + Design, Delhi – September, pp. 15-45
1994‘Pradakshina: The Works of Charles Correa’, Special Report, Approach, Tokyo – Summer, cover & pp. 1-23
1995‘Indian Intricacy’ by Robert Powell, The Architectural Review, London – August, pp. 52-55
1996‘Charles Correa’, SPACE, Seoul, Korea, pp. 28 – 47

Books

1995Contemporary Asian Architects, by Hasan-Uddin Khan, Taschen, Koln London NewYork, pp. 88 – 89

JAWAHAR KALA KENDRA
1986-92

Jaipur, Rajasthan

Journals

1988L’Inde Intemporelle’, Techniques & Architecture, Paris – February, pp. 86-97
1991‘Charles Correa’, by Satish Grover, Architecture + Design, Delhi – September, pp. 15-45
1991‘Charles Correa’s Architecture’ by Sarayu Ahuja, Indian Architect & Builder, Bombay – October, pp. 20-26
1991‘Jawahar Kala Kendra’, Architectural Design, London, November, pp. 92-96
1991‘Espacos para a India’, by C. Dibar/ D. Armando, Arqitectura Urbanisma, Buenos Aires, December, pp. 44-51
1992‘Mystic Labyrinth’, The Architectural Review, London, January, pp. 20-26
1992‘Squaring the Circle’, Architectural Record, New York – March, pp. 98-105
1992‘Musee a Jaipur, Inde’, Techniques & Architecture, Paris – April, pp. 24-3
1992‘Jawahar Kala Kendra’, Interior # 36, Sydney – October, pp. 94-105
1992‘Jawahar Kala Kendra’, Spazio e Societa # 60, Firenze – October-December, pp. 114-121
1993‘Charles Correa: Ein Museum’ by Gautam Bhatia, Der Architekt, BDA, Berlin – February, pp. 89-92
1993‘Jawahar Kala Kendra’, Progressive Architecture, New York – April, pp. 86-87
1994‘Charles Correa’, A+U Vol. 94:01, Tokyo – January, cover and pp. 9-77
1994Pradakshina: The Works of Charles Correa’, Special Report, Approach, Tokyo – Summer, cover & pp. 1-23
1996‘Charles Correa’, SPACE, Seoul, Korea, pp. 28 – 47
1996‘Charles Correa – Magishe Mandela und dorfliche Strukturn: Vor-Bilder fur eine neue Architektur’ Architektur & Wohen, pp. 112 – 116
1996‘Charles Correa: Jawahar Kala Kendra’, Light in Architecture, A & D, London, pp. 92 – 96
1998‘Charles Correa: Architektur als Modell des Kosmos’, Vielfaches Echo, Stuttgart, April-June, pp. 84-87
1998‘Charles Correa’, Materia 28, Modena, Italy, September, pp. 36-41 & back cover
2001‘Habitat: Conceitos e estrategias’,by Rui Barreiros Duarte,Arquitectura e vida,Lisboa-June, Cover & pp. 28-33

Books

1991100 Contemporary Architects: Drawings & Sketches, by Bill Lacy, Thames & Hudson, London, pp. 60 – 63
1994Contemporary Architecture in Asia, KIRA, Seoul, pp. 28 – 31
1996Architecture After Modernism by Diane Ghirado, Thames & Hudson, London, pp. 93 – 95
1997Contemporary Vernacular, by William Lim & Tan Hock Beng, Select Books, Singapore, pp. 66 – 75
2000World Architecture, A Critical Mosaic 1900-2000, Vol. 8, South Asia, Ed. Rahul Mehrotra,
Pub. China Architecture and Building Press and SpringerWienNewYork, pp. 230 – 233
2000India Modern, by Herbert J. M. Ypma, published by Phaidon Press Ltd., pp. 218 – 229
200230 Years After, The Future of the Past, by Gyorgy Keves, published by Kiado,
Epiteszet es Muveszet & Keves Studio Galeria, Budapest, Hungary, pp. 47, 50 – 51

Bharat Bhavan
1975-81

Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh

Journals

2001‘Bharat Bhavan, Sunken court -Sanjeevaiah Park’, Form, Technique, Content, NSW, Australia, February, pp. 22-25

MUSEUM OF ISLAMIC ARTS
1998

Doha, Qatar

Journals

1998‘International Architectural Competition for a Museum of Islamic Arts in Qatar’, Kumbez, Russia-January, p. 23
1998‘Islam Sanatlari Muzesi’, Dekorasyon, Istanbul – January, pp. 87-88
1998‘Qatar Islamic Museum Competition’, Albenaa, Riyadh, January-February, pp. 54-56
1998‘Aga Han Kultur Vakfi’nin Duzenledigi Doha’da’, Tasarim, Istanbul – February, pp. 78-80
1998‘Doha Museum of Islamic Arts’, Indian Architect & Builder, March pp. 80 – 85
1998‘Museum of Islamic Arts’, The Architectural Review, Special Issue: Middle East – March, p. 27 (3)

Books

2000Asian Architects 2, Edited by Tan Kok Meng, Select Publishing Pte Ltd, Singapore, pp. 120 – 123

INSTITUTIONS

ADMINISTRATION BUILDING
1958-60

Anand, Gujarat

Journals

1964‘Indian Revisions’, Architectural Review, London – April, pp. 235-236

HUMANITIES DEPARTMENT
1959-60

Anand, Gujarat

Journals

1961‘The Michigan Influence in Architecture – Bombay’ by R. B. Lytle, Michigan Alumnus, Ann Arbor – p. 53

KALA AKADEMI
1973-83

Panaji, Goa

Journals

1985‘Charles Correa: Inspirations Indiennes’, Techniques & Architecture, Paris – August, pp. 106-117
1987‘Kala Akademi’, Mimar, Singapore – March, pp. 27-31

SURYA KUND
1986

New Delhi, Delhi

Journals

1988‘L’Inde Intemporelle’, Techniques & Architecture, Paris – February, pp. 86-97

BRITISH COUNCIL
1987-92

New Delhi, Delhi

Journals

1992‘Destiny & Design’, by Jahanara Wasi, The Fountainhead, Bombay – May, pp. 19-23
1992‘Better Council’, by Mina Singh, Inside Outside, Bombay – July, pp. 14-22
1994‘Pradakshina: The Works of Charles Correa’, Special Report, Approach, Tokyo – Summer, cover & pp. 1-23
1994‘Suns of Goa’, by Chintamani Bhagat, Indian Architect & Builder, Bombay – August, Cover and pp. 10-35
1996‘Charles Correa’, SPACE, Seoul, Korea, pp. 28 – 47
1996‘Charles Correa: Jawahar Kala Kendra’, Light in Architecture, A & D, London, pp. 92 – 96
1997‘Charles Correa dan Iki Ornek’ by Ebru Ozeke, YAPI 183, Istanbul, February pp. 73 – 87
2001‘Habitat: Conceitos e estrategias’,by Rui Barreiros Duarte, Arquitectura e vida, Lisboa-June, Cover & pp. 28-33

Books

1995Contemporary Asian Architects, by Hasan-Uddin Khan, Taschen, Koln London New York, pp. 90 – 91
2000World Architecture, A Critical Mosaic 1900-2000, Vol. 8, South Asia, Ed. Rahul Mehrotra,
Pub. China Architecture and Building Press and SpringerWienNewYork, pp. 228 – 229
2000Asian Architects 2, Edited by Tan Kok Meng, Select Publishing Pte Ltd, Singapore, pp. 106 – 109
200230 Years After, The Future of the Past, by Gyorgy Keves, published by Kiado,
Epiteszet es Muveszet & Keves Studio Galeria, Budapest, Hungary, pp. 48 – 49

SALVACAO CHURCH
1974-85

Mumbai, Maharashtra

Journals

1980‘Report from India: Current work of Correa’, by H. Smith, Architectural Record, New York – July, pp. 88

Books

1980Arkitekten der Dritten Welt, by Udo Kultermann, (DuMont) Buchverlag Koln, p. 117

INTER-UNIVERSITY CENTRE FOR ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPHYSICS
1988-93

Pune, Maharashtra

Journals

1994‘Charles Correa’, A+U Vol. 94:01, Tokyo – January, cover and pp. 9-77
1994‘IUCAA’, by Dr. Jayant Narlikar, Southern Sky, Weston Creek, Australia – May /June, pp. 22-25
1994‘Pradakshina: The Works of Charles Correa’, Special Report, Approach, Tokyo – Summer, cover & pp. 1-23
1994‘Suns of Goa’, by Chintamani Bhagat, Indian Architect & Builder, Bombay – August, Cover and pp. 10-35
1994‘Centro di Astronomia e Astrofiscia’, Arbitaire 332, Editrice Abitaire Segesta, Milano, September, pp. 180-181
1996‘Charles Correa’, SPACE, Seoul, Korea, pp. 28 – 47
1997‘Charles Correa dan Iki Ornek’ by Ebru Ozeke, YAPI 183, Istanbul, February pp. 73 – 87
1998‘Charles Correa: Architektur als Modell des Kosmos’, Vielfaches Echo, Stuttgart, April-June, pp. 84-87

Books

1995Contemporary Asian Architects, by Hasan-Uddin Khan, Taschen, Koln London New York, pp. 92 – 93
1995The Architecture of the Jumping Universe, by Charles Jencks, Academy Editions, London, pp. 134 – 135
2001Indian Art, by Partha Mitter, published by Oxford University Press, pp. 203 – 205

WORK PLACES

GUN HOUSE
1960-62

Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Journals

1965‘Gun House’, Architectural Review, London – July, pp. 59-60
1966‘Three in Ahmedabad’, Indian Institute of Architects Journal, Bombay – July, pp. 15-21

ECIL Office Complex
1965-68

Hyderabad, Telangana

Journals

1980‘Report from India: Current work of Correa’, by H. Smith, Architectural Record, New York – July, pp. 88-89

Books

1980Arkitekten der Dritten Welt, by Udo Kultermann, (DuMont) Buchverlag Koln, p. 116

MRF HEADQUARTERS
1987-92

Chennai, Tamil Nadu

Journals

1992‘Madras Rubber Factory’, Architecture+Design, Delhi, November-December, pp. 104-113
1998‘Recalling the Waves’ by Geeta Doctor, Inside Outside, Bombay, March pp. 164 – 167
2001‘Edificio Per Uffici a Madras, India’, by Marco Santacesaria, L’Industria Italiana del Cemento, Roma –
March, pp. 181-185

JEEVAN BHARATI
1975-86

New Delhi, Delhi

Journals

1992‘Life Insurance Corporation’, Architecture+Design, Delhi – November-December, pp. 10-37

VIDHAN BHAVAN
1980-97

Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh

Journals

1985‘A Style for the Year 2001’, Japan Architect / A+U, Tokyo – Summer, pp. 84-88
1986‘Vidhan Bhavan, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh’, IIA Journal, Bombay – July, Vol. 51, pp. 11-15
1988‘L’Inde Intemporelle’, Techniques & Architecture, Paris – February, pp. 86-97
1998‘State of Assembly’ by Penelope Digby-Jones, Architectural Review, London, August, pp. 50 – 55
1998‘Charles Correa- Indian State Assembly’, Dialogue, Taiwan – April, pp. 56-61
1998‘The Aga Khan Award: Honouring Substance Over Style’, by Robert Campbell, Architectural Record, New York – November, p. 70
1998‘Vidhan Bhavan, Bhopal, Hindistan’,1998 Aga Han Mimarlik Odulleri by Derya Nuket Ozer, YAPI, Istanbul, November, pp. 86-87
1998‘Vidhan Bhavan, India’, Aga Khan Awards, Architecture+Design, Delhi – November-December, pp. 120-121
1999’10 Architects who count’, by Sarayu Ahuja, Indian Architect & Builder, Mumbai – January, pp. 37-44
1999‘Paramento Vidhan Bhavan’ Norma e forma by Gunther Uhlig, Domus, Milano, Italy, October, pp. 31-39
1999‘Cultural Motifs- Charles Correa’ by Amy Liu, ‘Space’, Hong Kong, November, pp. 104-105 & 109-117
2000‘Vidhan Bhavan – Bhopal’, by Andrea Anastasio, Abitare, Italy – August, pp. 104-107
2001‘Habitat: Conceitos e estrategias’,by Rui Barreiros Duarte,Arquitectura e vida,Lisboa-June, Cover & pp. 28-33

Books

1998Legacies for the Future, The Contemporary Architecture in Islamic Societies, Edited by Cynthia Davidson, Thames & Hudson and The Aga Khan Award for Architecture, London, pp. 128 – 143
2000World Architecture, A Critical Mosaic 1900-2000, Vol. 8, South Asia, Ed. Rahul Mehrotra,
Pub. China Architecture and Building Press and SpringerWienNewYork, pp. 240 – 241
2000Asian Architects 2, Edited by Tan Kok Meng, Select Publishing Pte Ltd, Singapore, pp. 112 – 119
2001New Vernacular Architecture, by Vicky Richardson, published by Laurence King Publishing,
pp. 214 – 217
2002Civic Builders, Edited by Curtis W. Fentress, published by Wiley-Academy, pp. 130 – 137
200230 Years After, The Future of the Past, by Gyorgy Keves, published by Kiado, Epiteszet es
Muveszet & Keves Studio Galeria, Budapest, Hungary, pp. 52 – 53

PERMANENT MISSION OF INDIA TO THE U.N
1985 – 92

New York, USA

Journals

1993‘Indian Mission’, by Peter Slatin, Oculus, AIA, N.Y. Chapter – June, cover and p. 7
1997‘A Strip of India’ Indian Design & Interiors, Delhi, August-September, pp. 61 – 65
1999Cultural Motifs- Charles Correa’ by Amy Liu, ‘Space’, Hong Kong, November, pp. 104-105 & 109-117

Books

1997New York, by Susanna Sirefman, Ellipsis London Limited, London, pp. 160 – 161
2002Sky High Living, Contemporary High Rise Apartment and Mixed Use Building, Edited by Georges Binder, published by Images Publishing, pp. 56 – 57

LEISURE

CAMA HOTEL
1958-60

Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Journals

1960‘Cama Hotel, Ahmedabad’, Design, Delhi – September, cover and pp. 32-35
1960India Pakistan and Ceylon, July 1960
1961‘The Michigan Influence in Architecture – Bombay’ by R. B. Lytle, Michigan Alumnus, Ann Arbor – p. 53

Books

1961New Buildings in the Commonwealth, Edited by J. M. Richards, Architectural Press, London, p. 184

CIDADE DE GOA
1978 – 82

Dona Paula, Goa

Journals

1982‘Faked Facades’, by Susan Stephens, Skyline, New York – July, p. 24
1982‘Cidade de Goa’, by Brian Brace Taylor, Mimar, Singapore – July, cover and pp. 44-49
1982‘Cidade de Goa’, Inside Outside, Bombay – October, cover and pp. 14-21
1983‘Cidade de Goa’, by Shalini Ramgopal, Namaste, March, pp. 34-38
1984‘Cidade de Goa’, A+U, Tokyo – June, pp. 100-107
1985‘Charles Correa: Inspirations Indiennes’, Techniques & Architecture, Paris – August, pp. 106-117
1990‘Charles Correa’, Alam Al Bena, Cairo – April, Issue 114, pp. 15-16
1991‘Espacos para a India’, by C. Dibar/ D. Armando, Arqitectura Urbanisma, Buenos Aires, December, pp. 44-51

Books

1985The City in Conflict: Edited by Chris Johnson, The Law Book Co. Ltd., Sydney, pp. 40 – 41

KOVALAM BEACH RESORT
1969-74

Kerala

Journals

1977‘Quarttro Lavori di Correa’, L’Architectura, Rome – March, pp. 640-646
1980‘Report from India: Current work of Correa’, by H. Smith, Architectural Record, New York – July, pp. 88-89

BAY ISLAND RESORT
1979-82

Port Blair, Andaman Island

Journals

1983‘Bay Islands’, Namaste, March, pp. 13-16
1987‘Climate as Context’, by Mildred Schmertz, Architectural Record, New York – August, pp. 114-119

DONA SLYVIA
1988-91

Cavelossim Beach, Goa

Journals

1993‘Many Villages make a Hotel’, by Anupam Pruthi, Inside Outside, Bombay – December, pp. 140-145

Housing

STAFF HOUSING TISS
1958

Mumbai, Maharashtra

Journals

1958‘Housing at Trombay’, Design, Bombay – August, pp. 8-9

TWIN HOUSES
1959 – 60

Bhavnagar, Gujarat

Journals

1960‘India & Pakistan’, by John Writer, Architectural Design, London – April, pp. 156-157
1961‘Twin Houses’, Indian Institute of Architects Journal, Bombay – April, pp. 14-15

TUBE HOUSES
1961 – 62

Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Journals

1966‘Three in Ahmedabad’, Indian Institute of Architects Journal, Bombay – July, pp. 15-21 Books

Books

1973Building Environment by Balwant Singh Saini, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, p. 94

SONMARG APARTMENTS
1961 – 66

Mumbai, Maharashtra

Journals

1970‘Un Appartement a Bombay’, by P. Bailhache, La Maison De Marie-Claire, Paris – March, pp. 88-89

DUTTA HOUSE
1965 – 66

Hauz Khas, New Delhi

Journals

1988‘A Gallery of Art’, by Nandini Kapur, Inside Outside, Bombay – August, cover & pp. 94-101

PAREKH HOUSE
1967 – 68

Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Journals

1980‘Report from India: Current work of Correa’, by H. Smith, Architectural Record, New York – July, pp. 88-89
1980‘Contemporary Asian Architecture’, Process Architecture – 20, Tokyo – November, pp. 94-118 Books

Books

1973Building Environment by Balwant Singh Saini, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, p. 97
1987A History of Architecture, by Sir Banister Fletcher, 19th Edition, Butterworth, London, p. 1494

RAMAKRISHNA HOUSE
1962 – 64

Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Journals

1966‘Three in Ahmedabad’, Indian Institute of Architects Journal, Bombay – July, pp. 15-21
1972‘Correa and Kanvinde’, Architectural Review, London – August, p. 123
1973‘Defeating the Climate’, by Peter Blake, Sunday Telegraph Magazine, London – September, pp. 82-88
1977‘Quarttro Lavori di Correa’, L’Architectura, Rome – March, pp. 640-646
1980‘Report from India: Current work of Correa’, by H. Smith, Architectural Record, New York – July, pp. 88-89

Books

1973Building Environment by Balwant Singh Saini, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, p. 95
1980Arkitekten der Dritten Welt, by Udo Kultermann, (DuMont) Buchverlag Koln, pp. 114 – 115

JEEVAN BIMANAGAR TOWNSHIP
1969 – 72

Mumbai, Maharashtra

Journals

1977‘Quarttro Lavori di Correa’, L’Architectura, Rome – March, pp. 640-646

PREVI HOUSING
1969 – 73

Lima, Peru

Journals

1970‘Previ Project’, Architectural Design, London – April, p. 198

KANCHANJUNGA APARTMENTS
1970 – 83

Mumbai, Maharashtra

Journals

1974‘Apartments’, Architecture Plus, New York – March, p. 26
1980‘Report from India: Current work of Correa’, by H. Smith, Architectural Record, New York – July, pp. 88-89
1980‘Contemporary Asian Architecture’, Process Architecture – 20, Tokyo – November, pp. 94-118
1982‘Open the Box’, by Jim Murphy, Progressive Architecture, New York – October, pp. 100-104
1983‘Kanchanjunga Apartments’, Architect, Melbourne – December, pp. 12-13
1985‘Charles Correa: Inspirations Indiennes’, Techniques & Architecture, Paris – August, pp. 106-117
1985‘Edificio residenziale a torre a Bombay’, by C. M. Pierdominici, Cemento, Rome – October, pp. 642-651
1991‘Espacos para a India’, by C. Dibar/ D. Armando, Arqitectura Urbanisma, Buenos Aires, December, pp. 44-51
1999‘Cultural Motifs- Charles Correa’ by Amy Liu, ‘Space’, Hong Kong, November, pp. 104-105 & 109-117

Books

1990After the Masters, by Vikram Bhatt & Peter Scriver, Mapin, Ahmedabad, pp. 64 – 67
1999Outside Architecture, by Susan Zevon, Rockport Publishers, Massachusetts, pp. 27 – 29
2000World Architecture, A Critical Mosaic 1900-2000, Vol. 8, South Asia, Ed. Rahul Mehrotra, Pub. China Architecture and Building Press and SpringerWienNewYork, pp. 172 – 175
2000Asian Architects 2, Edited by Tan Kok Meng, Select Publishing Pte Ltd, Singapore, pp. 110 – 111
2002Sky High Living, Contemporary High Rise Apartment and Mixed Use Building, Edited by Georges Binder, published by Images Publishing, p. 25

TARA HOUSING
1975 – 78

New Delhi

Journals

1980‘Report from India: Current work of Correa’, by H. Smith, Architectural Record, New York – July, pp. 88-89
1980‘Contemporary Asian Architecture’, Process Architecture – 20, Tokyo – November, pp. 94-118
1982‘Open the Box’, by Jim Murphy, Progressive Architecture, New York – October, pp. 100-104
1985‘Charles Correa: Inspirations Indiennes’, Techniques & Architecture, Paris – August, pp. 106-117

Books

1990After the Masters, by Vikram Bhatt & Peter Scriver, Mapin, Ahmedabad, pp. 56 – 59
1991Architecture of SARC Nations, by Razia Grover and S.K. Das, Media Transasia (I), Delhi, p. 51

BELAPUR LOW INCOME HOUSING
1983 – 86

Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra

Journals

1982‘Open the Box’, by Jim Murphy, Progressive Architecture, New York – October, pp. 100-104
1985‘Belapur Housing’, Mimar, Singapore – July, pp. 34-40
1985‘Correa Courts’, by Peter Davey, Architectural Review, London – October, pp. 32-35
1993‘Public Sector Mass Housing’, by Babar Mumtaz, Design Ideas, Bombay – April, cover & pp. 5-9

Books

1987A History of Architecture, by Sir Banister Fletcher, 19th Edition, Butterworth, London, pp. 1494 – 1495
1990After the Masters, by Vikram Bhatt & Peter Scriver, Mapin, Ahmedabad, pp. 100 – 103
1991Architecture of SARC Nations, by Razia Grover and S.K. Das, Media Transasia (I), Delhi, p. 79
1995Contemporary Asian Architects, by Hasan-Uddin Khan, Taschen, Koln London New York, pp. 86 – 87
1996Architecture After Modernism by Diane Ghirado, Thames & Hudson, London, pp. 155 – 156

HOUSE AT KORAMANGALA
1985 – 89

Bangalore, Karnataka

Journals

1992‘The House Around a Temple Tree’, by Chandroo Iyer, Interiors India, Bombay – Annual, pp. 86-97

Books

1996The Tropical Asian House, by Robert Powell, Select Books, Singapore, pp. 110 – 115
1999Outside Architecture, by Susan Zevon, Rockport Publishers, Massachusetts, pp. 20 – 25

HUDCO COURTYARD HOUSING ( UNBUILT )
1986

Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Journals

1988‘L’Inde Intemporelle’, Techniques & Architecture, Paris – February, pp. 86-97

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU INSTITUTE OF DEVELOPMENT BANKING
1986 – 91

Hyderabad, Telangana

Journals

1991‘Charles Correa’, by Satish Grover, Architecture + Design, Delhi – September, pp. 15-45
1993‘Jawaharlal Nehru Institute for Development Banking’, by Mina Singh,Inside Outside,Bombay-September, pp.14-21

MHADA HOUSING ( COMPETITION ) ( UNBUILT )
1999

Mumbai, Maharashtra

Journals

1999‘MHADA: Redevelopment of Transit Camps’, Indian Architect & Builder, Mumbai, August, pp. 30-32

URBANISATION

PLANNING FOR NEW BOMBAY
1964 – 74

Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra

Journals

1981‘Using the Past to Invent the Future’, Spazio e Societa, Milano – December, pp. 56-63

Books

1980Arkitekten der Dritten Welt, by Udo Kultermann, (DuMont) Buchverlag Koln, p. 119
1985The City in Conflict: Edited by Chris Johnson, The Law Book Co. Ltd., Sydney, pp. 30 – 39
2000Architecture & Identity: Responses to cultural and technological change, by Chris Abel, UK, pp. 212 – 215
200530 Years After, The Future of the Past, by Gyorgy Keves, published by Kiado, Epiteszet es Muveszet & Keves Studio Galeria, Budapest, Hungary, p. 46

GOA PLANNING

Goa

Journals

1974Goa Planning, Conservation and Control, pp. 33 – 37

BAGALKOT TOWNSHIP
1985 – 1990

Bagalkot, Karnataka

Journals

1988‘L’Inde Intemporelle’, Techniques & Architecture, Paris – February, pp. 86-97

Books

2000Architecture & Identity: Responses to cultural and technological change, by Chris Abel, UK, p. 231

BUDDHAPURNIMA LAKEFRONT DEVELOPMENT
1982 – 85

Hyderabad, Telangana

Journals

2000‘In progress’, by Ajay Nayak, Indian Architect & Builder, Mumbai – June, pp. 28-30
2001‘Bharat Bhavan,Sunken court at Sanjeevaiah Park’,Form,Technique,Content,NSW, Australia, February, pp. 21-25

CCA – PROJECT

TOWNSHIPS & URBAN DEVELOPMENT

YearProject NameLocation
1961‐62Tube HousesAhmedabad, Gujarat
1961Low income housing (Unbuilt)Ahmedabad, Gujarat
1964-74Planning for BombayMumbai, Maharashtra
1966‐67Punjab Group Housing (Unbuilt)Mumbai, Maharashtra
1967Cablenagar Township (Unbuilt)Kota, Rajasthan
1969‐73Previ HousingLima, Peru
1971‐72Low‐Income HousingAhmedabad, Gujarat
1972‐74Bimanagar TownshipBangalore, Karnataka
1974Cochin Waterfront (Unbuilt)Kochi, Kerala
1974Backbay Waterfront (Unbuilt)Mumbai, Maharashtra
1974Structural Plan for Bangalore (Unbuilt)Bangalore, Karnataka
1976‐77Steel TownshipMisurata, Libya
1978‐82Malabar Cements TownshipKerala
1982-85Buddhapurnima Lakefront DevelopmentHyderabad, Telangana
1982‐85L & T TownshipAwarpur, Maharashtra
1983‐86Belapur Low‐Income HousingNavi Mumbai, Maharashtra
1983Mixed Income Housing (Unbuilt)Indore, Madhya Pradesh
1984ACC TownshipWadi, Karnataka
1985Low‐cost HousingMumbai, Maharashtra
1985‐90Bagalkot TownshipBagalkot, Karnataka
1986HUDCO Courtyard Housing (Unbuilt)Jodhpur, Rajasthan
1989Staff HousingHyderabad, Telangana
1991‐92ULWE: The CBD of New BombayNavi Mumbai, Maharashtra
1991Titan TownshipBangalore, Karnataka
1999‐2004Salt Lake City CentreKolkata, West Bengal
2004Gopalpur Steel Town (Unbuilt)Bihar

RESIDENCES & APARTMENTS

YearProject NameLocation
1959‐61Lalbhai HouseAhmedabad, Gujarat
1959Futehally House, (Unbuilt)Mumbai, Maharashtra
1959‐61Sen HouseKolkata, West Bengal
1959‐60Twin HousesBhavnagar, Gujarat
1960Cosmopolis Apartments, (Unbuilt)Mumbai, Maharashtra
1960Hutheesing House (Unbuilt)Ahmedabad, Gujarat
1961Sen Farmhouse (Unbuilt)Kolkata, West Bengal
1961‐66Sonmarg ApartmentsMumbai, Maharashtra
1962‐64Ramkrishna HouseAhmedabad, Gujarat
1962‐64Palm Avenue HouseKolkata, West Bengal
1962‐64Futehally HouseMumbai, Maharashtra
1962‐63Boyce Houses (Unbuilt)Pune, Maharashtra
1963Thakore House (Unbuilt)Mumbai, Maharashtra
1963Shukla House (Unbuilt)Ahmedabad, Gujarat
1964‐65Mascarenhas HouseBangalore, Karnataka
1965‐66Dutta HouseHauz Khas, New Delhi
1967‐68Menezes HousePune, Maharashtra
1967‐68Ferreira HouseMumbai, Maharashtra
1967‐69Patwardhan HousesPune, Maharashtra
1967‐68Parekh HouseAhmedabad, Gujarat
1968Correa House (Unbuilt)Ahmedabad, Gujarat
1970‐83Kanchanjunga ApartmentsMumbai, Maharashtra
1970‐73Heredia HouseMumbai, Maharashtra
1971DCM Apartments (Unbuilt)New Delhi
1972‐74Mozumdar HouseNew Delhi
1973Rallis Apartments (Unbuilt)Mumbai, Maharashtra
1975‐78Tara Group HousingNew Delhi
1980Calvetty Group Housing (Unbuilt)Kochi, Kerala
1981Beach Houses (Unbuilt)Mandwa, Maharashtra
1982‐85Shah HouseMumbai, Maharashtra
1982‐89Verem HousesVerem, Goa
1983Cunningham Crescent (Unbuilt)Bangalore, Karnataka
1985-92Permanent Mission of IndiaNew York
1985‐89House at KoramangalaBangalore, Karnataka
1986Kapur Think Tank (Unbuilt)New Delhi
1992Cahaya (Unbuilt)Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
1994Green Earth Farmhouses (Unbuilt)Rewas, Goa
1994Cochin Back‐Waters (Unbuilt)Kochi, Kerala
1995‐99Gobhai HouseGolwad, Maharashtra
1999MHADA Housing (Competition) (Unbuilt)Mumbai, Maharashtra
2000The Cairn BungalowMumbai, Maharashtra
2000The Cairn ApartmentsMumbai, Maharashtra

OFFICES & COMMERCIAL

YearProject NameLocation
1958‐60Administration BuildingAnand, Gujarat
1960‐62Gun HouseAhmedabad, Gujarat
1962Lal Darwaza Centre (Unbuilt)Ahmedabad, Gujarat
1965‐68ECIL Office ComplexHyderabad, Telangana
1969‐72Jeevan Bima Nagar TownshipMumbai, Maharashtra
1973KSEB Office (Unbuilt)Bangalore, Karnataka
1974‐80Visvesvaraya CentreBangalore, Karnataka
1975‐86Jeevan BharatiNew Delhi
1977Palayam Shopping Centre (Incomplete)Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala
1979Taif City Centre (Unbuilt)Taif, Saudi Arabia
1980Palm Avenue Offices (Unbuilt)Kolkata, West Bengal
1980BD Centre (Unbuilt)Chennai, Tamil Nadu
1980‐92MPSC OfficesBhopal, Madhya Pradesh
1981Computer Centre (Unbuilt)Singapore
1987‐92MRF HeadquartersChennai, Tamil Nadu
1987‐92British CouncilNew Delhi
1988‐92LIC CentreMauritius
1988HMT Headquarters (Unbuilt)Bangalore, Karnataka
1988NPC Headquarters (Unbuilt)Mumbai, Maharashtra
1990‐93Tata ElxsiBangalore, Karnataka
1993Textile Export Promotion Centre (Unbuilt)Mumbai, Maharashtra
1994Alameda Park Development (Unbuilt)Mexico City
1994‐2000
Cotton CorporationNavi Mumbai, Maharashtra
1995‐2001 TVS FinanceChennai, Tamil Nadu

FACTORIES & LABORATORIES

YearProject NameLocation
1959‐63Plutonium PlantMumbai, Maharashtra
1961‐63AMTS WorkshopAhmedabad, Gujarat
1960‐62Laboratory & Processing PlantMumbai, Maharashtra
1963‐66Battery PlantHyderabad, Telangana
1996‐ to dateMahindra Research CentreMumbai, Maharashtra
2000‐to dateHIKAL R & D CentreNavi Mumbai, Maharashtra

EDUCATIONAL

YearProject NameLocation
1959‐60Humanities DepartmentAnand, Gujarat
1962‐64Sen‐Raleigh PolytechnicAsansol, West Bengal
1963‐69Catering InstituteMumbai, Maharashtra
1967‐75SNDT University CampusMumbai, Maharashtra
1976Wallenberg Centre (Unbuilt)Chennai, Tamil Nadu
1976Shimoga Campus (Unbuilt)Karnataka
1986‐91J.N. Institute of Development BankingHyderabad, Telangana
1986-92IUCAAPune, Maharashtra
1990‐94JNC at IIScBangalore, Karnataka
1990‐94Jawaharlal Nehru CentreBangalore, Karnataka
1992ACME Campus (Unbuilt)Chennai, Tamil Nadu
1999‐to dateNational Academy of Construction (Unbuilt)Hyderabad, Telangana
2000‐2003Tata Technologies CampusPune, Maharashtra
2000‐2005Neuroscience CentreCambridge,USA

HOTELS

YearProject NameLocation
1958-60Cama HotelAhmedabad, Gujarat
1969‐74Kovalam Beach ResortKovalam, Kerala
1972Erangal Beach Resort (Unbuilt)Mumbai, Maharashtra
1978‐82Cidade de GoaDona Paula, Goa
1979Kumarkam Resort (Unbuilt)Kumarkam, Kerala
1979‐82Bay Island ResortPort Blair, Andaman Island
1980‐84Barapani Resort DevelopmentBarapani, Meghalaya
1988‐91Dona SylviaCavelossim Beach, Goa

EXHIBITIONS & MUSEUMS

YearProject NameLocation
1958Handloom PavilionNew Delhi
1958‐63Gandhi Smarak SanghralayaAhmedabad, Gujarat
1961Hindustan Lever PavilionNew Delhi
1962‐65Kasturba Gandhi SamadhiPune, Maharashtra
1968‐69Gandhi DarshanRajghat, New Delhi
1969India Pavillion (Unbuilt)Osaka, Japan
1973‐83Kala AkademiPanaji, Goa
1975-93Crafts MuseumNew Delhi
1975‐81Bharat BhavanBhopal, Madhya Pradesh
1985Archaeology Museum (Unbuilt)Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
1986‐92Jawahar Kala KendraJaipur, Rajasthan
1998Museum of Islamic Art (Competition)Doha, Qatar

PUBLIC BUILDINGS

YearProject NameLocation
1959‐66Cricket Complex & Sports ComplexAhmedabad, Gujarat
1962‐63Wadaj Bus TerminalAhmedabad, Gujarat
1962‐63Navrangpura Bus TerminalAhmedabad, Gujarat
1974‐85Salvacao ChurchMumbai, Maharashtra
1980‐97Vidhan BhavanBhopal, Madhya Pradesh
1982BVB Centre (Unbuilt)New York, USA
1984‐87Cantonement ChurchPune, Maharashtra
1989‐2000The Malankara Orthodox Syrian ChurchParumala, Kerala
1992Madgaon StationGoa
1995-97City Museum, BMRDAMumbai, Maharashtra
1995Capital Complex (Unbuilt)Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh
1998‐to dateHigh Profile Jamatkhana (Competition)Toronto, Canada
2000Memorial GatesConstitution Hill, London

CCA – AWARDS

1972

Presented the Padma Shri, by the president of India

1974

Featured in TIME magazine cover story on New Leadership (150 person from around the world)

1980

Honorary Doctorate, University of Michigan, USA

1984

Presented the RIBA Royal Gold Medal by HRH Prince Charles at Hampton court, UK

1984

Sir Robert Matthew Prize, International union of architects (UIA).
1985 Cambridge Professorship, Cambridge 

1986

Chicago Architecture Award, American institute of architecture, USA

1987

IIA Gold Medal, Indian Institute of Architects

1990

UIA Gold Medal by the International Union of Architects

1991

Master Architect Award, J K industries, India

1994

Presented the Praemium Imperiale for Architecture by H.I.H Prince Masahito Hitachi, Tokyo, Japan

1997

1st Prize, International Competition for the Museum of Islamic Arts, Doha, Government of Qatar

1998

Presented the Aga Khan Award for Architecture by H.R.H. King Carlos of Spain, Alhambra, Spain

1999

University of Michigan Great, Ann Arbor,USA

2005

Presented the Commander’s Cross,by the President of Austria,Vienna

2005

Honororis Causa, University Technical de Lisboa, Lisbon,Portugal

2006

Presented the Padma Vibhushan, by the President of India

2006

Scroll of Honour conferred by University of Mumbai and presented by the President of India

2011

Gomant Vibhushan Award, Goa’s Highest Award

2011

Stapatheeyam Master Architect Award,Kerala,India

2012

Presented the Degree of Doctor of Science by Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee,India

2013

Recipient of Xavier Ratna 2013 by Xavier’s School of Alumni Association,Mumbai ,India

2015

Hindustan Times, Lifetime Achievement Award