10050 Cielo Drive (site of the Manson murders in 1969) is built.
The temporary wooden Jicwood bungalow is designed by Richard Sheppard in England.
The Greater London Plan and A Plan for Plymouth are published by Patrick Abercrombie.
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 6 - Peter Murray, English architectural journalist
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)
1944 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1944 in architecture involved some significant events.