|Covid-19|25 April - The Bauhaus architectural and design movement is founded in Weimar, Germany, by Walter Gropius.
November - Start of the Glass Chain correspondence.
Julia Morgan is selected as the architect for William Randolph Hearst's La Cuesta Encantada, better known as Hearst Castle, in San Simeon, California, USA.
5 March - Rebuilt Helsinki Central railway station, designed by Eliel Saarinen
April - First Congregational Church of Albany, New York, USA, designed by Albert W. Fuller.
27 November - Laie Hawaii Temple, Oʻahu, Hawaii, USA, dedicated.
29 November - Großes Schauspielhaus in Berlin with interior remodelled as a theater by Hans Poelzig.
Church of the Madonna della Difesa, Montreal, Canada.
McMahon Building, better known as the "World's littlest skyscraper", by J. D. McMahon, in downtown Wichita Falls, Texas.
Het Schip, Amsterdam, Netherlands, by Michel de Klerk.
First Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland, by Rudolf Steiner.
Royal Gold Medal - Leonard Stokes.
Grand Prix de Rome, architecture - Jacques Carlu and Jean-Jacques Haffner.
3 January - Robin Boyd, Australian architect (died 1971)
21 June - Paolo Soleri, Italian-American architect (died 2013)
23 July - Geoffrey Bawa, Ceylonese architect (died 2003)
12 December - Giancarlo De Carlo, Italian architect (died 2005)
date unknown - Mualla Eyüboğlu, Turkish architect (died 2009)
26 February - Paul Due, Norwegian architect of railway stations (born 1835)
12 August - Ernest Gimson, English "Arts and Crafts" architect and furniture designer (born 1864)
15 October - Adolf W. Edelsvärd, Swedish architect (born 1824)
6 November - Hans Christian Amberg, Danish architect (born 1837)
1919 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1919 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.