Gordon Ryder and Peter Yates form an architectural practice based in Newcastle upon Tyne in the north of England.
Main building of Moscow State University, designed by Lev Rudnev, completed.
St Crispin's School, Wokingham, Berkshire, England, designed by the U.K. Ministry of Education.
YMCA Indian Student Hostel, Fitzrovia, London, designed by Ralph Tubbs.
Housing at Chandigarh, Punjab (India), designed by Le Corbusier in collaboration with Pierre Jeanneret, Jane Drew, Maxwell Fry, B. V. Doshi and others.
Air Forces Memorial, Runnymede, England, designed by Edward Maufe, dedicated October 17.
New building for Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut, the first major commission for Louis Kahn, opened November.
Lijnbaan pedestrianised shopping street in Rotterdam, designed by Jo van den Broek and Jacob B. Bakema.
American Academy of Arts and Letters Gold Medal - Frank Lloyd Wright.
AIA Gold Medal - William Adams Delano.
Royal Gold Medal - Le Corbusier.
Grand Prix de Rome, architecture - Olivier-Clément Cacoub.
Ivan Chtcheglov (as Gilles Ivain) - Formulaire pour un urbanisme nouveau.
John Summerson - Architecture in Britain, 1530-1830.
November 7 - Peter Janesch, Hungarian architect
December 18 - David Chipperfield, English architect
Sheila O'Donnell, Irish architect
May 31 - Vladimir Tatlin (born 1885)
August 17 - Banister Fletcher (born 1866)
September 15 - Erich Mendelsohn (born 1887)
1953 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1953 in architecture involved some significant events.