|Covid-19|Clough Williams-Ellis receives his first major architectural commission, for the remodelling of Llangoed Hall in Wales.
April 19 - Bridges in Constantine, Algeria:
Sidi M'Cid Bridge, designed by Ferdinand Arnodin.
Sidi Rached Bridge, designed by Paul Séjourné.
April 25 - Rebuilt St Mark's Campanile in Venice inaugurated.
May - Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts opens in Moscow, Russia.
June - Government Conference Centre, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (opened by the Grand Trunk Railway as Ottawa's railway station)
December 26 - Opening of:
Manchester Opera House, in Manchester, England, as the New Theatre, designed by Richardson & Gill with Farquarson.
St. James Theatre, Wellington, New Zealand, designed by Henry Eli White.
Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Sofia, Bulgaria.
Mysore Palace, India, designed by Henry Irwin.
El Centro Español de Tampa, Florida, USA.
Mawson's Huts, Cape Denison, Commonwealth Bay, Australian Antarctic Territory
Šaloun's Villa in Prague, designed by and for sculptor Ladislav Šaloun.
Sons of Norway Hall, Petersburg, Alaska, USA.
Glamorgan County Hall, Cardiff, Wales, designed by Vincent Harris and T. A. Moodie.
Chengyang Bridge, China.
Jackson Tower in Portland, Oregon
The Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel in Boston
Sun Tower in Vancouver, British Columbia
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in Montreal
Ritz-Carlton Montreal in Montreal
Olympic gold medal - Eugène Monod & Alphone Laverrière of Switzerland for Building plan of a modern stadium.
Royal Gold Medal - Basil Champneys.
Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Jacques Debat-Ponsan.
January 9 - Ralph Tubbs, British architect associated with the Festival of Britain (died 1996)
January 30 - Finn Juhl, Danish architect, interior and industrial designer (died 1989)
February 21 - Henry Bernard, French architect, designer of the Palace of Europe (died 1994)
June 11 - Rosemary Stjernstedt, British architect (died 1998)
December 1 - Minoru Yamasaki, American World Trade Center architect (died 1986)
December 15 - Ray Eames, American designer, 2nd wife of Charles Eames (died 1988)
February 8 - Constant-Désiré Despradelle, French architect and professor of architecture (born 1862)
June 1 - Daniel Burnham, American architect and urban planner (born 1846)
June 27 - Frank Furness, Philadelphia-based American architect (born 1839)
November 17 - Richard Norman Shaw, British architect (born 1831)
1912 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1912 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.