2015 in architecture
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The year 2015 in architecture is expected to involve some significant events and new buildings.
- Shanghai Tower in Shanghai, the tallest building in China and the second-tallest in the world, projected for completion.
- German Football Museum in Dortmund projected for completion.
- European Central Bank HQ in Frankfurt projected for completion on March 18.
- New Bauhaus Museum in Weimar projected for completion.
- National Art Gallery of Singapore, projected for completion.
- United Arab Emirates
- 432 Park Avenue, the tallest residential building in the world projected for completion.
- World Trade Center Transportation Hub in New York City projected for completion.
- 4 -6 November - The eighth annual World Architecture Festival in Singapore
- AIA Gold Medal – Moshe Safdie
- Architecture Firm Award AIA – Ehrlich Architects
- Driehaus Architecture Prize for New Classical Architecture – David M. Schwarz, United States
- Pritzker Architecture Prize – Frei Otto, Germany (posthumous)
- RIBA Royal Gold Medal – O'Donnell & Tuomey, Ireland
- January 16 - Sir Ian Athfield, 74, New Zealand architect
- February 9 - Jon Jerde, 75, American architect
- March 9 - Frei Otto, 89, German architect and structural engineer
- March 12 - Michael Graves, 80, American architect