Báo Quốc Pagoda, Huế, Vietnam, is built.
Saint George Palace, Rennes, France, has its foundation stones laid.
1671 - Weston Park, Shropshire, England, is built for Elizabeth Wilbraham.
Buildings by Christopher Wren in England:
Temple Bar, London rebuilt.
Williamson Building at The Queen's College, Oxford, completed.
Construction of Castillo de San Marcos at St. Augustine, Florida, designed by Ignacio Daza, begins.
April - Badshahi Masjid in Lahore, Punjab, built for Aurangzeb, is completed.
Monastery of San Francisco, Lima, Peru, is consecrated (completed 1774).
June - Work on the new St Paul's Cathedral in London, designed by Christopher Wren, begins.
June 11 - Theatine Church, Munich, consecrated in form as left by Agostino Barelli.
August 2 - Portuguese Synagogue (Amsterdam), designed by Elias Bouwman and begun in 1671, is completed.
Bethlem Royal Hospital in London, designed by Robert Hooke.
Briggflatts Meeting House near Sedbergh in north-west England built.
The Royal Greenwich Observatory in London, designed by Christopher Wren is completed.
Wren Library, Cambridge, the library of Trinity College, England, is designed by Christopher Wren (completed 1695).
Main courtyards of Les Invalides in Paris, designed by Libéral Bruant, are completed.
St. Peter and St. Paul's Church, Vilnius is completed.
The Monument to the Great Fire of London, designed by Christopher Wren and Robert Hooke is completed.
Chapel of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, designed by Christopher Wren.
Chapel (Église Saint-Louis des Invalides) at Les Invalides, Paris, is completed to the design of Libéral Bruant.
Černín Palace in Prague, designed by Francesco Caratti, is completed.
1671: December 30 - The Académie royale d'architecture is founded by Louis XIV of France in Paris, the world's first school of architecture.
1672 - Francis Smith of Warwick, English architect (died 1738)
1673 - Johann Friedrich Ludwig, German-born architect working in Portugal (died 1752)
1676: June 15 - Colen Campbell, Scottish-born Georgian architect (died 1729)
1678: March 7 - Filippo Juvarra, Sicilian-born architect (died 1736)
1679 - Francesco Zerafa, Maltese architect (died 1758)
1670: October 11 - Louis Le Vau French classical architect (born 1612)
1672: October 24 - John Webb, English architect (born 1611)
1670s in architecture Wikipedia