Doshi became involved with Team X, an assembly that emerged from the 9th CIAM Congress in July 1953. This group departed from CIAM's rigid urbanistic principles. Their gathering takes place in Urbino, Italy, introducing Doshi to prominent figures such as George Candilis, Shadrach Woods, Aldo van Eyck, James Stirling, Giancarlo de Carlo, and Jacob Bakema. During this occasion, Doshi presents on the themes of Time, Tolerance, Identity, and Continuity.
Doshi delivers lectures at the International Laboratory of Architecture and Urban Design in Milan, Italy, as well as at the Sir J. J. College of Architecture in Bombay.
He presents the paper 'Proliferating Unplanned Cities and Their Relation to Religion, Architecture, and the Visual Arts' at the Congress on Religion, Architecture, and the Visual Arts in New York. His article 'Architecture for Time and Change - A System' is featured in the Japanese architecture magazine Kenchiku Bunka.