1944 in architecture
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The year 1944 in architecture involved some significant events.
- 10050 Cielo Drive (site of the Manson murders in 1969) is built.
- The temporary wooden Jicwood bungalow is designed by Richard Sheppard in England.
- AIA Gold Medal - Louis Sullivan.
- Royal Gold Medal - Edward Maufe.
- Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Claude Béraud.
- January 9 - Massimiliano Fuksas, Italian architect
- January 19 - Thom Mayne, American architect
- January 25 - Bernard Tschumi, Swiss-born architect
- April 24 - Maarja Nummert, Estonian architect
- July 15 - Stephen A. Lesser, American architect
- August 19 - Adrian Smith, American architect
- September 27 - Jan Utzon, Danish architect
- November 17 - Rem Koolhaas, Dutch architect
- December 23 - Samuel Mockbee, American architect (died 2001)
- Bryan Avery, English architect
- Dick Clark, American architect
- Spencer de Grey, English architect
- David Miller, American architect
- Rafael Viñoly - Uruguayan architect
- January 1 - Sir Edwin Lutyens, English architect (born 1869)
- March 8 - Rudolf Wels, Czech architect, killed in Auschwitz concentration camp (born 1882)
- April 10 - Henry Price, English architect working in Manchester (born 1867)
- May 8 - Alexander Beer, German architect, died in Theresienstadt concentration camp (born 1873)
- May 26 - Walter Brugmann, Nazi German architect, died in aircraft crash (born 1887)
- October 23 - Wilson Eyre, American architect (born 1858)
- November 12 - Samuel Charles Brittingham, Australian architect (born 1860)
- December 4 - Benjamin Wistar Morris, American architect (born 1870)
- December 25 - Henry Budden, Australian architect (born 1871)
- Harry Little, American architect
- Watson Elkinah Reid, Canadian architect (born 1858)
- Morris H. Whitehouse, American architect (born 1878)