June - Outrage, a special issue of Architectural Review condeming the areas around British cities that had been failed by urban planning, established the reputation of Ian Nairn as an architectural critic.
June 25 - Notre Dame du Haut in Ronchamp, France, designed by Le Corbusier, is dedicated.
August - Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, Japan, designed by Kenzō Tange.
February - Bavinger House in Norman, Oklahoma, United States, the best-known building designed by Bruce Goff.
Fundació Pilar y Joan Miró in Palma, Majorca, designed by Josep Lluís Sert.
Houses for self at 7 Gibraltar Hill and for E. W. Scorer, both in Lincoln, England, designed by Sam Scorer.
House for John Womersley at Farnley Tyas, Yorkshire, England, designed by Peter Womersley.
"Hermit's Castle", Achmelvich, Scotland, designed by David Scott.
AIA Gold Medal - Willem Marinus Dudok.
Royal Gold Medal - John Murry Easton.
Grand Prix de Rome, architecture - Ngô Viết Thụ.
February 25 - Enric Miralles, Spanish Catalan architect (died 2000)
April 14 - Robert Couturier, French architect and interior designer, designer of Cuixmala
July 2 - Francine Houben, Dutch architect
Miroslav Grčev, Macedonian architect and graphic designer
Alan Powers, British modern architecture and design historian
November 29 - Rene Paul Chambellan, American architectural sculptor (born 1893)
George Howe, American International Style architect and educator (born 1886)
Carl Rubin, Galician-born Israeli International Style architect (born 1899)
1955 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1955 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.