1905 in architecture
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The year 1905 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.
- October 18 - London County Council's new street at Kingsway and redevelopment of Aldwych are opened.
- Work begins on Stoclet Palace, Brussels, designed by Josef Hoffmann.
- Formation of the Dresden Die Brücke expressionist architecture movement.
- February 27 - Berlin Cathedral in Berlin, Germany, is inaugurated.
- June 11 - National Theatre of Venezuela, Caracas, Venezuela
- September 27 - Arcade du Cinquantenaire in Brussels, Belgium, opened by Leopold II of Belgium.
- November - The Plaza Grill and Cinema, Ottawa, Kansas, possibly the oldest movie theater in the United States that is still in operation.
- January - Eitel Building in Downtown Seattle, Washington, United States, designed by William Doty van Siclen.
- Darwin D. Martin House in Buffalo, New York, United States, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
- Zacherlhaus in Vienna, Austria, designed by Jože Plečnik.
- Land Administration Building in Brisbane, Australia, designed by Thomas Pye.
- St. Stephen's Basilica in Budapest, Hungary, completed by József Kauser to an 1851 design by Miklós Ybl.
- Salepçioğlu Mosque in İzmir, Turkey.
- Hôtel de ville (city halll) in Sfax, Tunisia, designed by Raphaël Guy.
- Voewood, High Kelling, Norfolk, UK, designed by E. S. Prior.
- Antwerpen-Centraal railway station in Belgium, designed by Louis Delacenserie.
- Murry Guggenheim House in West Long Branch, New Jersey, designed by Carrère and Hastings.
- February 13 - Werner Schindler, Swiss architect and Olympic medallist (died 1986)
- March 19 - Albert Speer, German architect and politician (died 1981)
- April 13 - Bernard Rudofsky, Moravian-born American writer, architect, collector, teacher, designer and social historian (died 1988)
- June 24 - Michael Scott, Irish architect (died 1989)
- December 18 - Roy Grounds, Australian architect (died 1981)
- March 9 - Ludvig Fenger, City Architect of Copenhagen (born 1833
- July 24 - Adolf Cluss, German-born American engineer architect in Washington, D.C. (born 1825)
- August 2 - Cesar Castellani, Maltese architect working in British Guiana
- August 22 - Alfred Waterhouse, English architect of the Gothic Revival (born 1830)
- Pohl, Michael, Johann S. Bach, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Josef Rheinberger, Max Reger, Max Reger, Max Reger, Max Reger, and Max Reger (1993). Die Grosse Sauer-Orgel Im Berliner Dom (Sound recording). Düsseldorf, Germany: Motette. OCLC 33188606.
- "Arcade et hémicycle Parc du Cinquantenaire" (in French). L'inventaire du patrimoine architectural de la Région de Bruxelles-Capitale. Retrieved 2014-05-25.
- The Theatre is one of the oldest, if not oldest, operating movie theater in America.[permanent dead link]
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- Fest, Joachim (2007), Albert Speer: Conversations with Hitler's Architect, translated by Patrick Camiller, Polity Press, ISBN 978-0-7456-3918-5
- Guarneri, Andrea Bocco (2003). Bernard Rudofsky: A Humane Designer. Wien: Springer-Verlag. ISBN 3-211-83719-1.
- Taylor, Jennifer (1990). Australian Architecture Since 1960. RAIA.
- "Adolf Cluss Exhibition Project".
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