The year 1933 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.
- July – New Midland Hotel, Morecambe, Lancashire, England, designed by Oliver Hill.
- August 23 – Leeds Civic Hall, Yorkshire, England, designed by Vincent Harris in 1926.
- Royal Masonic Hospital (later Ravenscourt Park Hospital) at Ravenscourt Park in London, designed by Thomas S. Tait of Sir John Burnet, Tait and Lorne.
- Labworth Café on Canvey Island, England, designed by engineer Ove Arup.
- Városmajori Roman Catholic church in Budapest, completed by Bertalan Árkay following the death in 1932 of his father Aladár Árkay.
- Myer Emporium renovation, Bourke Street, Melbourne, Australia.
- The Round House, designed by Berthold Lubetkin's Tecton Architectural Group to house gorillas at London Zoo, one of the first modernist buildings in Britain.
- Battersea Power Station, London, with Giles Gilbert Scott as consultant architect, begins operation.
- College Hall, Royal Air Force College Cranwell, England, designed by James Grey West.
- Mardon Hall, first of the University of Exeter Halls of Residence in England, designed by Vincent Harris.
- Darbishire Quad at Somerville College, Oxford, England, designed by Morley Horder.
- Mercado de Abastos de Algeciras (market hall), Spain, designed by Eduardo Torroja.
- Villa Markelius in Stockholm, designed by Sven Markelius for himself.
- Schminke house in Löbau, Germany, designed by Hans Scharoun.
- Engel House, White City (Tel Aviv), Mandatory Palestine, designed by Zeev Rechter.
- Töss Footbridge, Winterthur, Switzerland, designed by Robert Maillart.
- John Betjeman – Ghastly Good Taste, or the depressing story of the rise and fall of British architecture.
- The Information Book of Sir John Burnet, Tait & Lorne.