1909 – He was born in Buffalo, New York on the 9th of May.
– He attended Lafayette High School, an architecturally significant building, Bunshaft was a modernist whose early influences included Mies van der Rohe and Le Corbusier.
1952 – He designed Lever House in New York City.
1953 – His design for the Manufacturers Hanover Trust Branch Bank, the first post-war ‘transparent’ bank on the east coast, is a modernist gem.
– Bunshaft worked with Edward Durell Stone, worked three months for industrial designer Raymond Loewy, whom he considered a phony, and eventually became a partner in the New York office of the young firm Skidmore, Owings and Merrill.
1983 – He designed the National Commercial Bank in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
1988 – He received the Pritzker Prize, he gave the shortest speech of any winner in the award’s history, stating.
1990 – He died on the 6th of August.