November 3 – A Baroque Marian column (built 1650) in Prague, the Czech Republic, is destroyed by nationalists.
December 3 - The Novembergruppe is formed in Germany, and shortly afterwards merges with the Arbeitsrat für Kunst.
Hallidie Building is built in San Francisco. Designed by Willis Polk. Credited as the first glass curtain wall building.
D. L. James House is built in Carmel Highlands, California. Designed by Greene and Greene in an Arts and Crafts style.
Police Headquarters are built in Copenhagen, Denmark. Designed by Hack Kampmann in a Neoclassical style.
Our Lady of the Victories Basilica in Melbourne, Australia is completed.
Newman College in Melbourne, Australia designed by Walter Burley Griffin, is completed.
The Chapel of St. James, of the Archbishop Quigley Preparatory Seminary in Chicago, designed by Zachary Taylor Davis, in the French Gothic style, is completed.
Stockholm Library, designed by Erik Gunnar Asplund is built in Stockholm, Sweden in a Mannerist early modern style.
The Woodland Chapel is built in Stockholm, Sweden. Designed by Erik Gunnar Asplund.
Royal Gold Medal - Ernest Newton.
Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: not held.
March 16 - Aldo van Eyck, Dutch architect (died 1999)
April 10 - Jørn Utzon, Danish architect best known for Sydney Opera House (died 2008)
July 3 - Benjamin C. Thompson, US architect (died 2002)
October 23 - Paul Rudolph, US architect and academic (died 1997)
April 11 - Otto Wagner, Austrian architect and urban planner (born 1841)
May 25 - William Pitt, Australian architect, public servant and politician (born 1855)
1918 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1918 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.