|Covid-19|February 1 – Grand Central Terminal, rebuilt, re-opens in New York City, United States.
April 24 – The Woolworth Building opens in New York City, United States, designed by Cass Gilbert; the tallest building in the world at this date (1913 until 1930).
July 20 – New Town Hall (Hanover), designed by Hermann Eggert and Gustav Halmhuber, opened.
May 31 – Carol I Mosque in Constanța, Romania, designed by George Constantinescu, is inaugurated.
October 18 – Monument to the Battle of the Nations at Leipzig, designed by Bruno Schmitz, is inaugurated.
Sinaia railway station in Sinaia, Romania.
City Federal Building in Birmingham, Alabama, the tallest building in Alabama until 1969.
Alberta Legislature Building in Edmonton, Alberta completed.
Union Buildings, Pretoria, Union of South Africa, by Herbert Baker, completed.
Church of the Holy Spirit, Vienna, by Jože Plečnik, completed.
Kelling Hall, Norfolk, England, designed by Edward Maufe, completed.
Scheu House and Horner House, Vienna, both designed by Adolf Loos, completed.
Interiors of Café Capua, Herrenmodesalon Kniže and Bridge-Club-Wien, Vienna, all designed by Adolf Loos, completed.
"Bridge of Sighs", Hertford College, Oxford, England, by Thomas G. Jackson, built.
Halenbrücke concrete open-spandrel arch bridge over Aare between Bern and Kirchlindach in Switzerland.
Adolf Loos' Ornament and Crime is first published.
Royal Gold Medal – Reginald Blomfield.
Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Roger Séassal.
May 20 – H. T. Cadbury-Brown, English architect (died 2009)
September 4 – Kenzō Tange, Japanese architect (died 2005)
October 20 – Alejandro de la Sota, Spanish architect (died 1996)
November 2 – Erik Rasmussen, architect (died 1998)
May 30 – John Oldrid Scott, English architect (born 1841)
November 8 – John Belcher, English architect (born 1841)
November 28 – George B. Post, American architect (born 1837)
1913 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1913 in architecture involved some significant events.