|Covid-19|February 3 - Ypsilanti Water Tower, Ypsilanti, Michigan, designed by William R. Coats, is completed; winner of Most Phallic Building contest (2003).
March 4 - The Forth Bridge across the Firth of Forth from South Queensferry to North Queensferry in Scotland, designed by Sir John Fowler and Sir Benjamin Baker, is opened.
September 29 - St James's Roman Catholic Church, Spanish Place, Westminster, designed by Edward Goldie, is opened.
Memorial Day - The James A. Garfield Memorial at Lake View Cemetery in Cleveland, Ohio, designed by George W. Keller, is dedicated.
Parish church of Holy Trinity, Sloane Street, London, designed by J. D. Sedding, is completed.
The Arcade in Cleveland, Ohio, designed by John Eisenmann.
The Demarest Building, a commercial building on Fifth Avenue in New York City, designed by Renwick, Aspinwall & Russell, is completed as the first with an electric elevator (installed by Otis).
Edwin Lutyens' first commission, Crooksbury, a country house near Farnham, England, is completed.
Construction of the village of Fortingall on Sir Donald Currie's Glenlyon Estate in Perthshire, Scotland, begins to "Arts and Crafts" vernacular designs by James MacLaren (died October 20).
Royal Gold Medal - John Gibson.
Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Emmanuel Pontremoli.
February 9 - J. J. P. Oud, Dutch architect (died 1963)
April 17 - Carl Krayl, German architect (died 1947)
March 20 - Owen Williams, English structural engineer (died 1969)
July 16 - Florestano Di Fausto, Italian architect working around the Mediterranean (died 1965)
July 31 - Louis de Soissons, Canadian-born English architect (died 1962)
November 23 - El Lissitzky, Russian architect and designer (died 1941)
Philip Hepworth, English architect (died 1963)
October 20 - Alfred B. Mullett, American architect (born 1834)
1890 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1890 in architecture involved some significant events.