First woman elected to Royal Institute of British Architects, Josephine Miller.
October 22 - Oxford Playhouse, Oxford, England, designed by Edward Maufe.
October 29 - City Hall, Norwich, England, designed by C. H. James and S. R. Pierce.
November 14 - Lions Gate Bridge in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
The Reich Chancellery in Berlin, designed by Albert Speer (rebuilt).
Great Mosque of Asmara in Italian Eritrea, designed by Guido Ferrazza.
Church of the Epiphany, Gipton, Leeds, England, designed by Nugent Cachemaille-Day.
Metro Theatre (Toronto), designed by Kaplan and Sprachman.
Finsbury Health Centre, London, designed by Berthold Lubetkin and the Tecton Group.
Metropolitan Water Board Laboratories, London, designed by Howard Robertson.
Palace of Fine and Decorative Arts, Treasure Island, San Francisco Bay, California, USA, designed by George W. Kelham and William Peyton Day.
Palace of Justice, Lima, Peru.
City Hall, Mar del Plata, Argentina, designed by Alejandro Bustillo.
Manchester Town Hall Extension, England, designed by Vincent Harris in 1927.
São Bento Palace, Lisbon, Portugal.
Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, Netherlands, designed by Henry van de Velde.
Helsinki Olympic Stadium, Finland, designed by Yrjö Lindegren and Toivo Jäntti.
Charters House, Berkshire, England, designed by Adie, Button and Partners.
Middleton Park, Oxfordshire, England, the last great country house designed by Edwin Lutyens (with his son Robert).
Houses in Hampshire, Sussex and at Eton, Berkshire in England by Marcel Breuer and F. R. S. Yorke.
Gropius House, Lincoln, Massachusetts, designed by Walter Gropius with Marcel Breuer.
Josephine M. Hagerty House, Cohasset, Massachusetts, designed by Walter Gropius with Marcel Breuer.
Luma Tower, built as British Luma Co-Operative Electric Lamp factory, Glasgow, designed by Cornelius Armour.
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Mark Keppel High School in Alhambra, California, designed by Marston & Maybury.
Council House, Bristol, England, designed by Vincent Harris.
Lewis Mumford - The Culture of Cities
AIA Gold Medal - Paul Philippe Cret
RIBA Royal Gold Medal - Ivar Tengbom
Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Henry Bernard
April 16 - Wolf Hilbertz, German-born futurist architect, inventor and marine scientist (died 2007)
May 12 - Terry Farrell, English architect, designed the KK100 and the SIS Building
July 10 - Paul Andreu, French airport architect
July 14 - Moshe Safdie, Israeli/Canadian architect, urban designer, educator, theorist and author
November 30 - Andrea Branzi, Italian architect and designer
December 30 - Susan Maxman, née Abel, American architect
February 25 - W. D. Caröe, English-born ecclesiastical architect (born 1857)
October 30 - Charles Klauder, American architect (born 1872)
1938 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1938 in architecture involved some significant events.