|Covid-19|January 14 - "Bridge of Sighs" at Hertford College, Oxford, England, designed by Sir Thomas Jackson.
April - Opera House, Wellington, New Zealand, designed by William Pitt.
May 7 - King Edward VII Galleries at the British Museum, London, designed by Sir John Burnet.
August 15 - The Panama Canal, completed by George Washington Goethals.
December 7 - Tepid Baths, Auckland, New Zealand.
Basilica of Sacré-Cœur, Paris, designed by Paul Abadie.
Casa Loma, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Park Guell in Barcelona, Spain, designed by Antonio Gaudi.
Stralsund Theatre, Germany, designed by Carl Moritz.
Interior of Cadena Café, 59 Westbourne Grove, London, designed by Omega Workshops.
May 15–August 8 - Werkbund Exhibition in Cologne, featuring the Glass Pavilion designed by Bruno Taut.
August 15 - A dismissed servant kills seven people at American architect Frank Lloyd Wright's studio and home, Taliesin in Wisconsin (including his mistress, Mamah Borthwick), and sets it on fire.
AIA Gold Medal - Jean-Louis Pascal.
Royal Gold Medal - Jean-Louis Pascal.
Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Albert Ferran.
Albert Richardson - Monumental Classic Architecture in Great Britain and Ireland
Geoffrey Scott - The Architecture of Humanism: a study in the history of taste
February 24 - Ralph Erskine, English architect working in Sweden (died 2005)
August 9 - Gordon Cullen, influential English architect and urban designer (died 1994)
September 8 - Denys Lasdun, English architect best known for the Royal National Theatre, London (died 2001)
September 13 - Ralph Rapson, American architect and head of architecture at the University of Minnesota (died 2008)
May 24 - Herman Teodor Holmgren, Swedish architect (born 1842)
August 30 - Ingress Bell, English architect and professional partner of Sir Aston Webb (born 1837)
1914 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1914 in architecture involved some significant events.