1946 in architecture
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The year 1946 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.
- Hudson's department store in Detroit, Michigan, United States is completed.
- BISF houses in the United Kingdom, designed by Frederick Gibberd.
- J. M. Richards publishes his anatomy of England's suburbia, The Castles on the Ground, illustrated by John Piper.
- Thomas Sharp publishes The Anatomy of the Village.
- April 24 - Piers Gough, English architect
- May 12 - Daniel Libeskind, Polish architect, artist and set designer
- date unknown - Richard Johnson, Australian architect
- February 4 – Herbert Baker, British architect based in South Africa (born 1862)
- December 16 – Zachary Taylor Davis, Chicago-based US architect (born 1872)
- "History". BISF Houses. Retrieved 2011-08-01.
- Australian Institute of Architects - Background Biography. Retrieved 28 September 2010.
- Chicago Tribune, December 17, 1946