May - The Georgian Group is set up as part of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings in England.
J. M. Richards becomes editor of the Architectural Review (London), continuing until 1971.
Icelandic State Architect Guðjón Samúelsson's design for the Hallgrímskirkja in Reykjavík is commissioned; it will be constructed 1945–86.
May 6 - Chelsea Bridge in Pimlico, London, designed by G. Topham Forrest, former head of London County Council's Architect's Department, opened by the Prime Minister of Canada, William Lyon Mackenzie King.
May 27 - The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, designed by Joseph B. Strauss.
July 18 - Haus der deutschen Kunst ("House of German Art") in Munich, designed by Paul Troost (died 1934), opened by Adolf Hitler to display art of the Third Reich.
Thousand Islands Bridge over the Saint Lawrence River, linking Canada and the United States.
Petőfi Bridge, Budapest, Hungary.
Holy Trinity Church, Sighișoara, Romania, designed by Dumitru Petrescu Gopeş.
Bethlehem Church, Copenhagen, Denmark, by Kaare Klint after original designs by his father, Peder Vilhelm Jensen-Klint (died 1930).
Church of St Michael and All Angels, Northenden, Manchester, England, designed by Nugent Cachemaille-Day.
Senate House (University of London), designed by Charles Holden.
Dolphin Square in Pimlico, London, designed by Gordon Jeeves.
Villa Myrdal, designed by Sven Markelius.
St Ann's Court, near Chertsey in England, a modernist circular house designed by Raymond McGrath for Gerald L. Schlesinger and his partner landscape architect Christopher Tunnard.
Republic pavilion, Barcelona, and Spanish Republican government pavilion at the Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques dans la Vie Moderne in Paris, both designed by Josep Lluís Sert.
Club Moderne, Anaconda, Montana, designed by Fred F. Willson, built
RIBA Royal Gold Medal - Raymond Unwin.
Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Paul Jacques Grillo
February 7 - Daryl Jackson, Australian architect
April 18 - Jan Kaplický, Czech architect mainly active in UK (died 2009)
May 9 - Rafael Moneo, Spanish architect
September 14 - Renzo Piano, Italian Pritzker Prize-winning architect
October 3 - Richard England, Maltese architect
October 24 - M. Rosaria Piomelli, born Agrisano, Italian-born American architect
Kate Macintosh, Scottish-born architect
Georgie Wolton, née Cheesman, English architect
Yoshio Taniguchi, Japanese architect active in New York
January 10 - Bertie Crewe, English architect (born 1860)
January 28 - Anastasios Metaxas, Greek architect and shooting champion (born 1862)
February 11 - Walter Burley Griffin, US architect and landscape architect, involved in design of Canberra (born 1876)
May 9 - Harry Barton, US architect from North Carolina (born 1876)
August 27 - John Russell Pope, US architect known for his work in Washington, DC. (born 1874)
1937 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1937 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.