1906 in architecture
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The year 1906 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.
- Construction begins on the new Great Mosque of Djenné in French Sudan.
- Construction begins on the church of St Mary the Virgin, Wellingborough, England, designed by Ninian Comper.
- McKim, Mead, and White architects start to build the waiting room at Pennsylvania Station (New York City).
- Larkin Administration Building for the Larkin Soap Company, Buffalo, New York, and Unity Temple in Oak Park, Illinois, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
- Weissenburger House, designed by Lucien Weissenburger for himself at 1, boulevard Charles V in Nancy, France.
- Stollwerckhaus, Cologne, designed by Carl Moritz.
- Ivan Vazov National Theatre, Sofia, Bulgaria.
- City Hall, Cardiff, UK, designed by Lanchester, Stewart and Rickards
- June 2 - Carlo Scarpa, Italian architect (died 1978)
- July 8 - Philip Johnson, influential US architect (died 2005)
- August 28 - John Betjeman, English poet and architectural writer (died 1984)
- May 10 - Charles Baillairgé, French-Canadian architect, land surveyor, civil engineer and author (born 1826)
- June 25 - Stanford White, US architect, partner in McKim, Mead & White (born 1853)
- September 13 - Christian Christie, Norwegian architect (born 1832)
- Mateer Memorial Church, Trivandrum
- "Nation & World | Innovative, influential architect Philip Johnson dies at age 98 | Seattle Times Newspaper". seattletimes.nwsource.com. 2011. Retrieved 8 October 2011.