1910 in architecture
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The year 1910 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.
- April 27 - Futurist poet Filippo Tommaso Marinetti issues the manifesto Contro Venezia passatista ("Against Past-loving Venice") in the Piazza San Marco.
- Mary Colter is appointed full-time architect for the Fred Harvey Company in the United States.
- Abdulla Shaig Puppet Theatre in Baku, Azerbaijan.
- Pennsylvania Station in New York, designed by McKim, Mead and White
- The Renauld Bank in Nancy, designed by Émile André and Paul Charbonnier.
- The Ducret Apartment Building in Nancy, designed by André and Charbonnier.
- Goldman & Salatsch Building (the "Looshaus"), Michaelerplatz, Vienna, designed by Adolf Loos.
- Steiner House in Vienna, designed by Adolf Loos.
- Flinders Street Station in Melbourne, Australia.
- Birmingham Oratory in Birmingham, UK, designed by Edward Doran Webb.
- Jacir Palace Hotel in Bethlehem.
- Gereonshaus in Cologne, designed by Carl Moritz.
- National Museum of Finland, Helsinki, designed by Herman Gesellius, Armas Lindgren and Eliel Saarinen.
- Pilgrim Monument, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
- May 23 - Sir Hugh Casson, British architect, interior designer, artist, influential writer and broadcaster (died 1999)
- June 26 - Maciej Nowicki, Polish architect, chief architect of the new Indian city of Chandigarh (died 1950)
- August 12 - Eliot Noyes, Harvard -trained US architect and industrial designer (died 1977)
- August 20 - Eero Saarinen, Finnish American architect and industrial designer (died 1961), son of Eliel Saarinen
- March 13 - Sir Thomas Drew, Irish architect (born 1838)
- May 14 - Gaetano Koch, Italian architect active in Rome (born 1849)
- August 24 - Juste Lisch, French architect (born 1828)
- The Buildings of England. Warwickshire. Nikolaus Pevsner.
- National Board of Antiquities: History of the National Museum
- Carpenter, Edmund J., The Pilgrims and their Monument (Cambridge, MA: Privately printed, 1911), page 265