1909 in architecture
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The year 1909 in architecture involved some significant events.
- February 28 - The Praetorian Building in Dallas, Texas, USA, opens to visitors.
- April 25 - A bomb blast damages St. Louis Cathedral (New Orleans).
- May 1 - Opening of the International Exhibition of the East of France, held in Nancy until October 31. Many architects of the École de Nancy, including Lucien Weissenburger, Émile André, Émile Toussaint, Louis Marchal, Paul Charbonnier, Eugène Vallin, and others design the pavilions for the exhibition.
- Construction work begins on the Robie House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, in Hyde Park, Chicago.
- AIA Gold Medal - Charles Follen McKim.
- Royal Gold Medal - Arthur John Evans.
- Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: (unknown).
- March 16 - Ernesto Nathan Rogers, Italian architect, writer and educator (died 1969)
- May 9 - Gordon Bunshaft, US architect (died 1990)
- September 14 - Charles Follen McKim, American Beaux-Arts architect (born 1847)
- September 18 - Auguste Choisy, architectural historian (born 1841)
- November 9 - Thomas Worthington, architect associated with public buildings in Manchester (born 1826)