1948 in architecture
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The year 1948 in architecture involved some significant events.
- The Mile High Stadium in Denver, Colorado is completed.
- V. C. Morris Gift Shop (later, Xanadu Gallery) in San Francisco, by Frank Lloyd Wright.
- Mampong Teacher's Training College and Prempeh College, Kumasi, both in Ghana, by Maxwell Fry and Jane Drew.
- September 10 - The Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States is dedicated.
- AIA Gold Medal - Charles Donagh Maginnis
- Olympic gold medal - Adolf Hoch of Austria for Ski jumping hill on the Kobenzl
- Olympic silver medal - Alfred Rinesch of Austria for Watersports centre in Karinthia
- Olympic bronze medal - Nils Olsson of Sweden for Baths and sporting hall in Gothenburg
- Royal Gold Medal - Auguste Perret
- March 15 - Gavin Stamp, British architectural historian