By 2035 another 15 cities will have populations above 10 million, according to the latest United Nations projections, taking the total number of megacities to 48. The Sabarmati Riverfront project has been featured as a part of the "next 15 megacities" series, exploring these newcomers at a crucial period in their development.
Gujarati magazine Chitralekha published a chat with Dr. Bimal Patel after the announcement of him being chosen as one of the Padma Shri recipients in the issue dated March 4, 2019.
Architect-Urban Planner Dr. Rutul Joshi penned a tribute to Hasmukh C. Patel, the founder of HCP.
The May 2018 special issue of Domus India features two exhibitions by HCP. The first was shown at CEPT University and is based on the recently published book 'The Architecture of Hasmukh C. Patel Selected Projects 1963-2003’ authored by Catherine Desai and Bimal Patel. The second showcases 20 selected current projects which was on display at the Paritosh Gallery.
A series titled 'Iconic House' on Architectural Digest India's website, featured the Canna-Mukesh residence designed by the father-daughter duo Hasmukh and Canna Patel.
A coffee table book titled 'The Luminaries' featured Hasmukh C. Patel, the founder of HCP. The Dainik Bhaskar group had interviewed him and presented some excerpts as a tribute in this book.
Mischa Gorchov Brearley writes on why admirers of modern architecture should visit Ahmedabad. Among the many works featured in this article, one is Hasmukh Patel’s Newman Hall (1965).
The Sept-Oct 2017 issue of the Platform magazine features a photo essay of the current works of architects in Ahmedabad who are adding a new dimension to the city's rich architectural heritage. As part of this the author chose IIM-A new campus designed by HCP.
The author, a Delhi-based architect and writer, here reviews the book titled 'The Architecture of Hasmukh C. Patel' which is co-authored by Bimal Patel and Catherine Desai. In this piece titled 'Block by Block' he writes, "Architect Hasmukh Patel’s painterly and sculptural treatment of his many public and private commissions has been brought together in a generous book."
The 100th issue of this amagazine features '100 hottest architects and interior designers in India', including Dr Bimal Patel.
In this review of the book 'The Architecture of Hasmukh C. Patel', the author takes a look at the legacy of the architect and the culture he cultivated through his practice.
The article draws attention to the life and work of modernist architect Hasmukh Patel - the founder of HCP. It was written shortly after the launch of the book about him titled 'The Architecture of Hasmukh C. Patel'
The November 2016 issue of the Domus magazine features a few pages and pictures from the book 'The Architecture of Hasmukh C Patel'. The book, which is about veteran architect Hasmukh C Patel, is authored by Catherine Desai and Bimal Patel.
The September 2016 edition of this architecture magazine features an article about Hasmukh C Patel, titled 'Life Among The Details'. It talks about some of his most iconic buildings like the Chinubhai Towers and Dena Bank.
Shortly after the book launch of 'The Architecture of Hasmukh C. Patel', Anuritha Rathore interviewed Hasmukh Patel, Catherine Desai and Bimal Patel.
In this interview, published in Mint, Dr Bimal Patel Patel opines that urban planning must necessarily be market-oriented, so that spatial growth is aligned with economic growth. This was the last in a six-part series which featured other experts like Partha Mukhopadhyay, Saskia Sassen and Edward Glaeser.
The Design special issue of the Platform magazine featured the best of architecture, industrial and communication design. One of the thirty profiles featured was that of Dr Bimal Patel.
This architecture and design magazine features HCP's Safal Profitaire building, Ahmedabad in its April 2012 issue. It talks about the simplicity of form and material in the design.
This Italian magazine focuses on urban design and featured the Sabarmati Riverfront Development Project in one of its editions.
This magazine about contemporary architecture, design and art features three of HCP's building that use louvers as shading devices. The projects are Safal Profitaire, Safal Corporate Office and Astral Corporate House.
The magazine featured KHS Machinery - the bottling production plant that HCP designed in 2005.
This book encapsulates the huge transformations that have engulfed Indian cities in the process of globalization and features HCP's design for new campus of IIM-Ahmedabad.
Cities and towns of India are growing at an unprecedented pace and this book outlines people, projects and ideas that are changing the subcontinent. One of the chapters is about HCP’s Sabarmati Riverfront Development project, which is authored by Bimal Patel.
The magazine's 'My First Project' section featured Bimal Patel in its Dec '11 - Jan '12 issue. Here he recounted his professional start - designing the Entrepreneurship Development Institute for which he went on to win the Aga Khan Award in 1992.
The November 2011 issue of the 'Home Review' featured the Ismet-Bimal residence.
The magazine's December 2011 issue honored the best talent in the industry. Hasmukh C Patel was recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award for his contribution to architecture through a career spanning over five decades.
The September 2010 issue of The Architectural Review featured IIM-Ahmedabad's new campus. It talks about the building plan and living up to the iconic IIM-A old campus built by Louis Kahn.
Pool is an international design magazine from India. For its October 2010 issue, an interview with HCP's director Bimal Patel was the cover story.
In the Spring 2009 issue of this magazine, Dr Bimal Patel and Shirley Ballaney of HCP discuss urbanism, master plans and new developments. It talks about the challenges facing the field of urban planning by using examples of projects undertaken by HCP.
This book features two of HCP's most significant projects - the Newman Hall designed by Hasmukh C Patel and IIM-A new campus designed by Bimal Patel.
The best 21st-century architecture from all over the world is presented in this collection of 1037 exemplary buildings, one of which is HCP's IIM-Ahmedabad new campus.
The June 26, 2008 issue of Mint publication featured IIM-Ahmedabad, New Campus as a structure that reflects both the continuity and departure from a classic building (IIM-Ahmedabad Old Campus) by architect Louis Kahn.
This book depicts the rise of modern architecture in India since 1947, a part of which is the IIM-Ahmedabad new campus, an extension to Louis Kahn's IIM-A, a project which was awarded to HCP under a national competition.
The magazine features two of HCP's projects ie Bhuj Walled City and Kankaria Lakefront Redevelopment.
This book records the major architectural contributions made in all regions of the world to the development of human culture. Grouped into 10 geographical regions and representing five twenty-year-periods, the buildings have been selected by approximately 80 eminent international architectural critics. It features the HCP-built Entrepreneurship Development Institute, Ahmedabad.
This book traces the patterns of architecture and it's response to political change, that is the fight for independence in India. It features the works and style of Hasmukh C Patel and even the Entrepreneurship Development Institute built by Bimal Patel.
This French magazine featured the Entrepreneurship Development Institute (EDI), a project for which Dr Bimal Patel received the prestigious Aga Khan Award
The magazine reviewed the Gujarat High Court, Sola which was commissioned to HCP by the Roads and Buildings Department of Gujarat Government.
The book features Bimal Patel and his projects.
The journal's May-June 1995 edition featured the Gujarat High Court designed by Bimal Patel.
The journal's Jan-Feb 1994 edition featured Hasmukh C Patel and some of his prominent works.
The magazine featured the Entrepreneurship Development Institute, Ahmedabad which won the Aga Khan Award that year. It provides the jury citation, plans and photographs of the educational institute.
Archi TImes, or the journal for world news of architecture, wrote about nine projects receiving the Aga Khan Award in 1992. One of these project was the Entrepreneurship Development Institute, designed by Bimal Patel.
The journal's June 1992 edition featured some HCP-built projects, particularly the National Institute of Port Management, Madras.
The JIIA featured the Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, designed by Bimal Patel.
This book is about the paucity of books on the contemporary architecture of India. It is a catalogue of 52 projects, including HCP's Newman Hall and Dena bank in Ahmedabad
The architectural journal's July-August 1989 edition featured the Entrepreneurship Development Institute of Indian, designed by Bimal Patel.
The September 1989 edition of the magazine reviewed the Entrepreneurship Development Institute (EDI), Ahmedabad which was designed by Bimal Patel.
The magazine's November 1988 edition offered an extensive coverage of the newly refurbished Eden Gardens Stadium in Kolkata which required roofing, increase in seating capacity and modernizing the facilities. The task was completed by HCP in time for hosting the 1987 world cup. It also included some other early projects of Hasmukh C Patel.
One of the most-loved Gujarati magazines 'Chitralekha' featured the transformation of Eden Gardens as people were catching the 1987 cricket world cup fever. The stadium was refurbished by Hasmukh C Patel.
This book features Hasmukh C Patel's projects - Dena Bank zonal office and St. Xavier's Primary School
The Nov-Dec 1985 issue of this architectural journal featured architect Hasmukh C Patel as the "deft designer". The featured projects include Dena Bank, Chinubhai Towers and Sir Sayajirao Trust Hostels amongst many others.
The inaugural issue of the architectural magazine featured the St. Xavier's Primary School. It reads "(The) corridors as generously proportioned as classrooms dilute the distinction between study, play and circulation spaces."
Also simply known as Weekly by its readership, The Illustrated Weekly of India was considered to be an important English-language publication in India for more than a century (1880-1993). The edition dated June 17, 973 of this weekly magazine featured architect Hasmukh C Patel and his design for Reserve Bank of India, Ahmedabad.
The December 1971 issue of The Architectural Review featured the Newman Hall, St Xavier's Prmary School and Welfare Centre at Mokasan, all built by Hasmukh C Patel.
L'Architecture D'Aujourd'hui, which means the architecture of today, is a French magazine. Hasmukh C Patel's early projects like the St. Xavier's Primary School were featured in this magazine.