St Clement Danes, London, designed by Christopher Wren, is completed.
Church of San Lorenzo, Turin, designed by Guarino Guarini, is substantially completed.
Basilica of Santa Maria della Salute in Venice, designed by Baldassare Longhena in 1631, is dedicated.
Sobieski Royal Chapel in Gdańsk, designed by Tylman van Gameren, is completed.
Old Ship Church Puritan meeting house in Hingham, Massachusetts, which will become the oldest church building in continuous ecclesiastical use in the United States, is erected.
Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar in Zaragoza, Aragon, is begun to the design of Francisco Herrera the Younger (completed 1754).
Abingdon County Hall in Oxfordshire, England, designed by Christopher Kempster, is completed.
Tom Tower at Christ Church, Oxford, England, designed by Christopher Wren, is completed.
Khan al-Wazir in Aleppo is completed.
The Old Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, designed by Christopher Wren, is completed (the modern day Museum of the History of Science).
Ragley Hall in Warwickshire, England, designed by Robert Hooke, is completed.
Château de Dampierre in France, designed by Jules Hardouin Mansart, is completed.
Église Saint-Thomas-d'Aquin (Paris), designed by Pierre Bullet, is consecrated.
The Royal Hospital Kilmainham in Dublin, Ireland, designed by William Robinson, is completed as a home for retired soldiers.
The Hall of Mirrors at the Palace of Versailles in France, designed by Jules Hardouin Mansart, is completed.
The Château de Marly in the Marly-le-Roi commune is completed for Louis XIV.
The Canal de l'Eure with its notable aqueduct, designed by the military engineer Lieutenant Général Vauban to serve Versailles for Louis XIV, is begun; work is abandoned about 1690.
Middle Temple gateway, Fleet Street, London, designed by Roger North, is completed.
The Het Loo Palace at Apeldoorn in the Netherlands, designed by Jacob Roman and Johan van Swieten and begun in 1684, is completed; the garden is designed by Claude Desgotz.
Neanderkirche in Düsseldorf (begun 1683) is completed.
The rebuilding of Chatsworth House in Derbyshire, England, begins under William Talman.
The Parthenon in Athens is extensively damaged in the Morean War.
Friends meeting house at Jordans, Buckinghamshire, England.
Windsor Guildhall in Berkshire, England, designed by Sir Thomas Fitz (or Fiddes), is completed by Christopher Wren.
Bieliński Palace in Otwock Wielki, Poland, designed by Tylman van Gameren, is completed.
Lubomirski bathing pavilion at Łazienki Palace, Warsaw, Poland, designed by Tylman van Gameren, is completed.
1682 - James Gibbs (died 1754)
1682 - William Benson (died 1754)
1683 - Thomas Ripley (died 1758)
1684 - William Adam (died 1748)
c. 1685 - William Kent (died 1745)
September 29, 1686 - Cosmas Damian Asam (died 1739)
1686 - Giacomo Leoni (died 1746)
January 27, 1687 - Balthasar Neumann (died 1753)
November 28, 1680 - Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Italian sculptor and architect (born 1598)
February 18, 1682 - Baldassare Longhena, Venetian Baroque architect (born 1598)
February 20, 1684 - Roger Pratt, English gentleman architect (born 1620)
October 9, 1688 - Claude Perrault, French architect (born 1613)
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