1918 in architecture
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The year 1918 in architecture involved some significant events.
- Hallidie Building is built in San Francisco. Designed by Willis Polk. Credited as the first glass curtain wall building.
- D. L. James House is built in Carmel Highlands, California. Designed by Greene and Greene in an Arts and Crafts style.
- Police Headquarters are built in Copenhagen, Denmark. Designed by Hack Kampmann in a Neoclassical style.
- Our Lady of the Victories Basilica in Melbourne, Australia is completed.
- Newman College in Melbourne, Australia designed by Walter Burley Griffin, is completed.
- The Chapel of St. James, of the Archbishop Quigley Preparatory Seminary in Chicago, designed by Zachary Taylor Davis, in the French Gothic style, is completed.
- Stockholm Library, designed by Erik Gunnar Asplund is built in Stockholm, Sweden in a Mannerist early modern style.
- The Woodland Chapel is built in Stockholm, Sweden. Designed by Erik Gunnar Asplund.
- November 3 – Baroque Marian column in Prague, the Czech Republic, destroyed by nationalists. (Built 1650)
- Arbeitsrat für Kunst and Novembergruppe are formed in Germany.
- March 16 - Aldo van Eyck (died 1999)
- April 10 - Jørn Utzon (died 2008)
- July 3 - Benjamin C. Thompson (died 2002)
- October 23 - Paul Rudolph (died 1997)
- Domin, Christopher; King, Joseph (2005). Paul Rudolph: The Florida Houses. Princeton Architectural Press. p. 26. ISBN 1-56898-551-7.
- Muschamp, Herbert (August 9, 1997). "Paul Rudolph Is Dead at 78; Modernist Architect of the 1960s". The New York Times. Archived from the original on June 21, 2011. Retrieved June 25, 2011.