|Covid-19|September - First Garden City Ltd formed to develop Letchworth in England with Barry Parker and Raymond Unwin as architects.
The Group Plan for the civic center of Cleveland, Ohio, by Daniel Burnham, Arnold Brunner, and John Carrere is released.
Giles Gilbert Scott wins the competition to design Liverpool Cathedral.
The Beurs van Berlage (Amsterdam Stock Exchange), designed by Hendrik Berlage.
Hill House, Helensburgh, Scotland, designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Juselius Mausoleum, Pori, Finland, designed by Josef Stenbäck.
Palazzo Castiglioni (Milan), Italy, designed by Giuseppe Sommaruga.
Wemyss Bay railway station in Scotland, rebuilt by James Miller.
Communal Palace of Buzău, Romania, designed by Alexandru Săvulescu (died 1902).
Sängerhaus in Strassburg inaugurated
Royal Gold Medal - Charles Follen McKim.
Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Léon Jaussely.
April 18 - Stephen Dykes Bower, English ecclesiastical architect (died 1994)
June 17 - A. Hays Town, American architect known for commercial and domestic architecture (died 2005)
July 16 - Adalberto Libera, Italian Modernist architect (died 1963)
July 18 - Victor Gruen, Austrian-born architect of shopping malls (died 1980)
August 21 - F. S. Platou, Norwegian architect (died 1980)
October 18 - Albert Frey, American "desert modernist" architect (died 1998)
October 24 - Charlotte Perriand, French architect and designer (died 1999)
August 28 - Frederick Law Olmsted, American landscape architect, journalist, social critic, and public administrator (born 1822)
November 16 - Camillo Sitte, Austrian architect, painter and city planner (born 1843)
date unknown - Louis-Daniel Perrier, Swiss architect (born 1818)
1903 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1903 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.