1984 in architecture
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The year 1984 in architecture involved some significant events.
- May 30 - The Prince of Wales denounces a proposed modernist extension to the National Gallery, London as "a hideous carbuncle on the face of an elegant and much-loved friend", declaring his reactionary views on architecture for the first time. 
- April 11 - PPG Place in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States.
- May 5 - Dayabumi Complex, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
- July 20 - Kielce Bus Station, Poland, designed by Edward Modrzejewski.
- August 8 - Kylesku Bridge, Scotland, UK.
- November 18 - Lloyd's building in London, designed by Richard Rogers.
- December 1 - Oxford Ice Rink in England, designed by Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners with Ove Arup & Partners.
- Neue Staatsgalerie in Stuttgart, designed by James Stirling.
- Theatres Building at the Arts Centre Melbourne, Australia.
- Deutsche Bank Twin Towers, Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
- Smurfit-Stone Building in Chicago, Illinois, United States.
- Swisscom-Sendeturm St. Chrischona, near Basel, Switzerland.
- Southeast Financial Center, Miami, Florida, United States.
- Target House, London, designed by Rodney Gordon.
- Tour Hertzienne TDF in Romainville near Paris, France.
- Suncor Energy Centre in Calgary, Alberta
- American Academy of Arts and Letters Gold Medal – Gordon Bunshaft
- Architecture Firm Award - Kallmann McKinnell & Wood Architects.
- Grand prix national de l'architecture - Edmond Lay.
- Pritzker Prize - Richard Meier.
- RAIA Gold Medal - Philip Cox.
- RIBA Royal Gold Medal - Charles Correa.
- Twenty-five Year Award - Seagram Building.
- UIA Gold Medal – Hassan Fathy.