1892 in architecture
The year 1892 in architecture involved some significant events.
- Heinävesi Church, the largest wooden church in Finland, designed by Josef Stenbäck and built in 1890–1891, is dedicated.
- Cathedral of St Michael and St George, Aldershot, England, designed by military engineers.
- West front of All Saints, Ennismore Gardens, south London (modern-day Russian Orthodox Cathedral), designed by Charles Harrison Townsend.
- Masonic Temple (Chicago), designed by Burnham and Root.
- Regional parliament of Alsace-Lorraine, Strasbourg, designed by August Hartel and Skjold Neckelmann.
- Buenos Aires City Hall, designed by Juan Cagnoni.
- Palace of Justice Building, Rosario, Argentina, designed by Herbert Boyd Walker.
- Town hall of Nieuwer-Amstel, Netherlands.
- Courthouse and Jail, Esbjerg, Denmark, designed by Hans Christian Amberg.
- Government House, Bermuda, designed by William Cardy Hallet.
- Soldiers' and Sailors' Arch, Brooklyn, New York, designed by John H. Duncan.
- Toronto Board of Trade Building, designed by James & James.
- Natural History Building, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, designed by Nathan Clifford Ricker.
- Monopol Hotel, Breslau.
- Hotel Petersberg, Germany.
- Theater Unter den Linden, Berlin, designed by Fellner & Helmer.
- Provincial Theatre (Deželno gledališče), Ljubljana, Slovenia (Austria-Hungary), designed by Jan Vladimír Hráský and Anton Hruby.
- Grillo-Theater, Essen, Germany.
- Teatro de Cristóbal Colón, Bogotá, Colombia, designed by Pietro Cantini.
- Cirkus (Stockholm).
- Madrid Atocha railway station, Spain, designed by Alberto Palacio with Gustave Eiffel.
- Ramses Station, Cairo, Egypt.
- Mills Building (San Francisco), designed by D. H. Burnham & Company.
- General Post Office, Leeds, England, designed by Henry Tanner.
- Youth's Companion Building, Boston, Massachusetts, designed by Henry W. Hartwell and William Cummings Richardson.
- Page Belting Company Mills, Concord, New Hampshire.
- Templeton's Carpet Factory, Glasgow, Scotland, designed by William Leiper.