June 7 - While walking along the Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes in Barcelona, Antoni Gaudí is struck by a passing tram and knocked unconscious. Delays in receiving medical treatment contribute to his death in hospital a few days later. On June 12, after a funeral procession through the streets of Barcelona lined by thousands, he is buried in the crypt chapel of his unfinished church of Sagrada Família.
November 27 - In Williamsburg, Virginia, the restoration of Colonial Williamsburg begins.
British General Post Office K2 red telephone box, designed by Giles Gilbert Scott, is introduced, chiefly in the London area.
The Frankfurt kitchen is designed by Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky for Ernst May's social housing project New Frankfurt in Frankfurt, Germany.
The russian avant-garde magazine "SA" is published for the first time.
May 13 - Hercilio Luz Bridge, Florianopolis, Brazil, designed by Robinson & Steinman
September 13 - Clapham South, Tooting Bec, Tooting Broadway, Colliers Wood, South Wimbledon and Morden tube stations, London, designed by Charles Holden (also Balham, opened December 6)
Dormition of the Theotokos Cathedral, Satu Mare, Romania, designed by Ioan Liteanu
Mausoleum of Yugoslavian Soldiers in Olomouc, designed by Hubert Aust
Sacred Heart Cathedral of Harbin, China
Remodeling of Twin Peaks, 102 Bedford Street, Greenwich Village, New York City, USA, by Clifford Reed Daily
Southwestern Bell Building, downtown St. Louis, Missouri, USA, designed by Mauran, Russell & Crowell with I.R. Timlin
Sourdough Inn, Fort Yukon, Alaska, USA
900 Stewart Avenue (Ithaca, New York), USA
Royal Gold Medal - Ragnar Ostberg.
Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Jean-Baptiste Hourlier.
21 January - Roger Taillibert, French architect
22 April - James Stirling, British architect (died 1992)
18 July - Carlo Aymonino, Italian architect and urban planner (died 2010)
10 June - Antoni Gaudí, Spanish architect, exponent of Catalan Modernism (born 1852)
7 July - Fyodor Schechtel, Russian architect, graphic artist and stage designer (born 1859)
1926 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1926 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.