The year 1918 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.
- 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.
- Copenhagen Police Headquarters are begun in 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.
- Woodland Chapel in Skogskyrkogården Cemetery is built in Stockholm, Sweden. Designed by Erik Gunnar Asplund.
- Snellman House in Djursholm, Sweden, is built. Designed by Erik Gunnar Asplund.
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