|Covid-19|Colony Club at Park Avenue & 62nd Streer in New York City by Delano & Aldrich with interiors by Elsie de Wolfe, later the East Coast school of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, completed.
Main building of St Hugh's College, Oxford in England by Herbert Tudor Buckland and William Haywood completed.
Church of St Paul, Liverpool in England by Giles Gilbert Scott completed.
Holland House (shipping company offices) in the City of London, designed by Hendrik Petrus Berlage.
c. November - The Incorporation of Architects in Scotland founded in Edinburgh.
Publication of the White Pine Series of Architectural Monographs is initiated, continuing until 1940.
Royal Gold Medal - Robert Rowand Anderson.
Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: not held.
January 23 - Olaf Andreas Gulbransson, German architect (d. 1961)
April 4 - Robert S. McMillan, American architect (d. 2001)
May 4 - Jane Jacobs, American-Canadian urban theorist (d. 2006)
June 29 - John M. Johansen, American architect (d. 2012)
July 1 - Lawrence Halprin, American architect (d. 2009)
August 6 - Dom Mintoff, Maltese architect and Prime Minister (d. 2012)
November 1 - John C. Harkness, American architect
November 9 - Richard Tyler, British architect (d. 2009)
March 22 - Ferdinand Fellner, Austrian architect (b. 1847)
June - Addison Hutton, American architect (b. 1834)
July 22 - Hans Jørgen Holm, Danish architect (b. 1835)
October 10 - Antonio Sant'Elia, Italian architect (killed in action) (b. 1888)
December 22 - Gyula Pártos, Hungarian architect (b. 1845)
1916 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1916 in architecture involved some significant events.