this would be an interesting and, in my opinion useful entry, but the form is poor:
1 - no checkable source material
2 - no examples from the listed source material
3 - no German source material at all
4 - not an architectural feature, but, if anything, a social one
5 - Dombauhütte is too special for 'masons' lodge' as I see it, and doesn't belong to this general term
according to dwds.de, Bauhütte is either:
1. vgl. -bude
2. Genossenschaft der Bauarbeiter und Steinmetzen: die Gründer der ersten Bauhütten des Mittelalters; ich hätt' mir aus der Cöllner Bauhütte etwas andres erwartet Hebbel Agnes Bernauer III 4;http://www.dwds.de/?woerterbuch=1&sh=1&qu=bau...
since the Bauhütte includes Bauarbeiter, but the stonemasons' lodge was/is limited to stonemasons alone, the two terms are close but not identical.
3a. A local chapter of certain fraternal organizations. b. The meeting hall of such a chapter. c. The members of such a chapter.http://www.bartleby.com/61/62/L0226200.html
I'd consider "masons' lodge" on its own a problem, too, since, though masons' lodges originated with stonemasons, the modern version is not limited to them, but can include other members, making them comparable to, say, the Rotary club.
no support for the original suggestion in the present form