|Covid-19|May 1 - The Examination Schools of the University of Oxford, designed by Thomas G. Jackson, are formally opened.
May 24 - Brooklyn Bridge, designed by John A. Roebling, is completed.
May 26 - Cathedral of Christ the Saviour in Moscow, designed by Konstantin Thon, is dedicated.
Albany City Hall in Albany, New York, designed by Henry Hobson Richardson in 'Richardsonian Romanesque' style, is completed.
The Home Insurance Building in Chicago designed by William LeBaron Jenney (demolished 1931).
The Kuhns Building in Dayton, Ohio, is constructed.
Hotel Windsor (Melbourne), Australia, designed by Charles Webb, is completed.
Cane Hill Hospital in Coulsdon, London, is completed.
Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire, England, designed by Gabriel-Hippolyte Destailleur, is opened for guests.
Billings Memorial Library at the University of Vermont in Burlington, designed by Henry Hobson Richardson, is built.
Royal Gold Medal - Francis Cranmer Penrose.
Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Gaston Redon.
January 8 - Robert Atkinson (died 1952)
February 15 - Richard Konwiarz (died 1960)
May 18 - Walter Gropius (died 1969)
June 25 - Paul Bartholomew (died 1973)
August 30 - Theo van Doesburg (died 1931)
December 19 - Barry Byrne (died 1967)
October 22 - John Henry Chamberlain (born 1831)
Emilio De Fabris (born 1808)
1883 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1883 in architecture involved some significant events.