The year 2007 in architecture involved some significant events.
January 20 –
Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle, WA., USA, designed by
January 21 –
The National Art Center, Tokyo, designed by
February 28 –
San Francisco Federal Building, by
March 8 –
Limoges Concert Hall, France, by
Bernard Tschumi Architects.
March 9 – New
Wembley Stadium, London (
original stadium demolished in 2002).
March 23 –
Islamabad, designed by Arif Masoud.
April 25 –
IAC/InterActiveCorp headquarters opens in New York, by
June 2 –
Michael Lee-Chin Crystal at
Royal Ontario Museum,
Toronto, designed by
June 9 –
Bloch Building, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art addition, Kansas City, Mo. by
Steven Holl Architects.
- June –
Pawilon Wyspiański 2000,
Kraków, Poland, by Krzysztof Ingarden.
August 9 –
Roland Levinsky Building at the
University of Plymouth, Devon, England, by
September 16 –
Hull Paragon Interchange (railway station reconstruction),
Kingston upon Hull, England, designed by
- October –
Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, by
October 12 –
Armed Forces Memorial,
National Memorial Arboretum, Staffordshire, England, by Liam O'Connor Architects and Planning Consultants.
October 17 –
BMW Welt ("BMW World") exhibition facility in
Munich, Germany, by
November 3 –
Digital Beijing Building in China, by Pei Zhu.
December 1 –
The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, by
December 10 – Inauguration of
Gare de Marseille-Saint-Charles' major reconstruction as a transportation interchange in France.