1938 in architecture
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The year 1938 in architecture involved some significant events.
- First woman elected to Royal Institute of British Architects, Josephine Miller.
- October 22 - Oxford Playhouse, Oxford, England, designed by Edward Maufe.
- October 29 - City Hall, Norwich, England, designed by C. H. James and S. R. Pierce.
- November 14 - Lions Gate Bridge in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
- The Reich Chancellery in Berlin, designed by Albert Speer (rebuilt).
- Great Mosque of Asmara in Italian Eritrea, designed by Guido Ferrazza.
- Church of the Epiphany, Gipton, Leeds, England, designed by Nugent Cachemaille-Day.
- Metro Theatre (Toronto), designed by Kaplan and Sprachman.
- Finsbury Health Centre, London, designed by Berthold Lubetkin and the Tecton Group.
- Metropolitan Water Board Laboratories, London, designed by Howard Robertson.
- Palace of Fine and Decorative Arts, Treasure Island, San Francisco Bay, California, USA, designed by George W. Kelham and William Peyton Day.
- Palace of Justice, Lima, Peru.
- City Hall, Mar del Plata, Argentina, designed by Alejandro Bustillo.
- Manchester Town Hall Extension, England, designed by Vincent Harris in 1927.
- São Bento Palace, Lisbon, Portugal.
- Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, Netherlands, designed by Henry van de Velde.
- Helsinki Olympic Stadium, Finland, designed by Yrjö Lindegren and Toivo Jäntti.
- Charters House, Berkshire, England, designed by Adie, Button and Partners.
- Middleton Park, Oxfordshire, England, the last great country house designed by Edwin Lutyens (with his son Robert).
- Houses in Hampshire, Sussex and at Eton, Berkshire in England by Marcel Breuer and F. R. S. Yorke.
- Gropius House, Lincoln, Massachusetts, designed by Walter Gropius with Marcel Breuer.
- Josephine M. Hagerty House, Cohasset, Massachusetts, designed by Walter Gropius with Marcel Breuer.
- Luma Tower, built as British Luma Co-Operative Electric Lamp factory, Glasgow, designed by Cornelius Armour.
- Construction work begins on
- Lewis Mumford - The Culture of Cities
- AIA Gold Medal - Paul Philippe Cret
- RIBA Royal Gold Medal - Ivar Tengbom
- Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Henry Bernard
- April 16 - Wolf Hilbertz, German-born futurist architect, inventor and marine scientist (died 2007)
- May 12 - Terry Farrell, English architect, designed the KK100 and the SIS Building
- July 10 - Paul Andreu, French airport architect
- July 14 - Moshe Safdie, Israeli/Canadian architect, urban designer, educator, theorist and author
- November 30 - Andrea Branzi, Italian architect and designer
- December 30 - Susan Maxman, née Abel, American architect
- February 25 - W. D. Caröe, English-born ecclesiastical architect (born 1857)
- October 30 - Charles Klauder, American architect (born 1872)