1914 in architecture
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The year 1914 in architecture involved some significant events.
- Basilica of Sacré-Cœur, Paris, designed by Paul Abadie.
- Casa Loma, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
- Opera House, Wellington, New Zealand, designed by William Pitt.
- Park Guell in Barcelona, Spain, designed by Antonio Gaudi.
- Stralsund Theatre, Germany, designed by Carl Moritz.
- Tepid Baths, Auckland, New Zealand.
- May 15–August 8 - Werkbund Exhibition in Cologne, featuring the Glass Pavilion designed by Bruno Taut.
- August 15 - A dismissed servant kills seven people at American architect Frank Lloyd Wright's studio and home, Taliesin in Wisconsin (including his mistress, Mamah Borthwick), and sets it on fire.
- AIA Gold Medal - Jean-Louis Pascal.
- Royal Gold Medal - Jean-Louis Pascal.
- Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Albert Ferran.
- Albert Richardson - Monumental Classic Architecture in Great Britain and Ireland
- Geoffrey Scott - The Architecture of Humanism: a study in the history of taste
- February 24 - Ralph Erskine, British architect based in Sweden (died 2005)
- August 9 - Gordon Cullen, influential architect and urban designer (died 1994)
- September 8 - Sir Denys Lasdun, architect best known for the Royal National Theatre, London (died 2001)
- September 13 - Ralph Rapson, head of architecture at the University of Minnesota (died 2008)