1942 in architecture
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The year 1942 in architecture involved some significant events.
- October 10 - The Normandie Hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico, designed by engineer Félix Benítez Rexach and architect Raúl Reichard, is opened.
- The National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, United States is completed.
- Walthamstow Town Hall in London, designed by Philip Hepworth in 1932, is completed.
- Wythenshawe Bus Garage in Manchester, England is completed.
- April 25 - Marriage of English architects Jane Drew and Maxwell Fry in London.
- May 30/31 - Bombing of Cologne in World War II: The first 1,000 bomber raid and associated fires destroy 3,330 non-residential buildings and make 13,000 families homeless; eleven of the twelve Romanesque churches of Cologne are damaged.
- An abridged version of the Athens Charter by Le Corbusier is published.
- January 19 - John Sheehy, American architect
- February 1 - Tonny Zwollo, Dutch-born architect
- March 23 - Fabio Reinhart, Swiss architect
- September 15 - Ksenia Milicevic, Yugoslav-born French painter, architect and town planner
- Patty Hopkins, born Patricia Wainwright, English architect
- Roger Walker, New Zealand architect
- March 31 - Randall Wells, English Arts and Crafts architect (born 1877)
- May 17 - Mārtiņš Nukša, Latvian architect and diplomat (born 1878; executed)
- May 20 - Hector Guimard, French-born Art Nouveau architect (born 1867)
- May 23 - C. R. Ashbee, English interior designer (born 1863)
- June 25 - Arthur Anderson, Australian architect (born 1868)
- September 22 - Ralph Adams Cram, American collegiate and ecclesiastical architect (born 1863)
- December 8 - Albert Kahn, German American industrial architect (born 1869)
- December 13 - Robert Robinson Taylor, first accredited African-American architect (born 1868)
- December 27 - Reginald Blomfield, English architect (born 1856)