1929 in architecture
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The year 1929 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.
- The Barcelona Pavilion, designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.
- Royal York Hotel in Toronto, Ontario; it becomes the tallest building in the British Empire.
- Frauenfriedenskirche, Frankfurt, Germany.
- Lovell House in Los Angeles, designed by Richard Neutra.
- Underground Electric Railways Company of London headquarters, 55 Broadway, designed by Charles Holden.
- Nobel House, the headquarters of ICI, on Millbank, Westminster, London, designed by Frank Baines.
- Paimio Sanatorium in Finland, designed by Alvar Aalto.
- Boston Avenue Methodist Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
- Richfield Tower in Los Angeles, designed by Stiles O. Clements.
- Van Nelle Factory in Rotterdam, Netherlands.
- Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas in Madrid, Spain, designed by José Espeliú.
- AIA Gold Medal – Milton Bennett Medary
- RIBA Royal Gold Medal – Victor Laloux
- Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: (unknown)
- January 11 - Dmitri Bruns, Estonian architect and theorist
- February 28 – Frank Gehry, Canadian-American Pritzker Prize-winning architect
- January 25 – Ralph Knott, British architect (born 1878)
- February 24 – Lucien Weissenburger, French Art Nouveau architect (born 1860)
- April 4 – Francis Conroy Sullivan, Canadian architect and pupil of Frank Lloyd Wright (born 1882)
- August 27 - James Knox Taylor, Supervising Architect of the United States Department of the Treasury (born 1857)
- September 13 – Sir Robert Lorimer, Scottish architect and furniture designer (born 1864)
- October 15 – Émile Bénard, French architect and painter (born 1844)
- December 10 - Axel Berg, prize-winning Danish architect (born 1856)