|Covid-19|January - Plans for St. David's Hotel, a hotel for golfers at Harlech, Gwynedd, Wales, are drawn up by the Glasgow School architect George Walton for a syndicate of entrepreneurs of which he is a member. The hotel closes in 2008, and planning permission for demolition is approved in 2009.
May 18 - The foundation stone of Bedford School chapel in England, designed by G. F. Bodley, is laid.
September 29 - The foundation stone of Washington National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., designed by G. F. Bodley, is laid.
Deutscher Werkbund is founded by Hermann Muthesius in Munich.
City plan for Barcelona by Léon Jaussely officially adopted.
Disstrict plan for Highland Park, Texas, by Wilbur David Cook and George Kessler drawn up.
April 13 - Old New York Evening Post Building at 20 Vesey Street on Manhattan, designed in Art Nouveau style by Robert D. Kohn, opened.
Great Mosque of Djenné in French Sudan.
St Matthew's Church, Paisley in Scotland, designed by W. D. McLennan.
St. Joseph's Catholic Church (Krebs, Oklahoma).
Rebuilt Sainte-Madeleine, Strasbourg, in Alsace-Lorraine, designed by Fritz Beblo.
The Magasins Réunis, a large department store in Nancy, France, by Lucien Weissenburger (after seventeen years of work).
Villa Fruhinsholz in Nancy, France, designed by Léon Cayotte.
Stadttheater Barmen in Wuppertal and Stadttheater Düren, both designed by Carl Moritz in Germany.
North Hall, the fifth dormitory on the quad at Vassar College, USA. The building is renamed Jewett Hall in 1912 in honor of the College's first president, Milo P. Jewett.
Rebuilt Basel SBB railway station in Switzerland, designed by Emil Faesch and Emmanuel La Roche.
AIA Gold Medal - Aston Webb.
RIBA Royal Gold Medal - John Belcher.
June 17 - Charles Eames, American designer (died 1978)
J. M. Richards, English architectural writer (died 1992)
Basil Spence, Indian-born British architect (died 1976)
December 15 - Oscar Niemeyer, Brazilian architect (died 2012)
January 24 - Vilhelm Dahlerup, Danish Historicist architect (born 1826)
May 6 - Emanuele Luigi Galizia, Maltese architect and civil engineer (born 1830)
June 14 - William Le Baron Jenney, American architect credited with building the first skyscraper (born 1832)
October 21 - George Frederick Bodley, English architect (born 1827)
1907 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1907 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.