|Covid-19|In London, Buckingham Palace is built as the London home of the Duke of Buckingham.
In Addiscombe, near London, Addiscombe Place is built to the design of architect Sir John Vanbrugh (known for Blenheim Palace).
In Bhaktapur, Nepal, the Nayatpola Temple, a five-story pagoda, is built at about this date by King Bhupatindra Malla.
In Copenhagen, Gyldenløve's Mansion is erected by master builder Ernst Brandenburger.
In Pennsylvania (colony), the Thompson-Neely House is built.
In Romania, the Serbian Church in Arad is completed.
In Italy the church of Sant'Antonio, Faenza is rebuilt to the design of Carlo Cesare Scaletta.
In Rome, the façade of the church of Santa Maria in Trastevere is reconstructed by Carlo Fontana.
The tower of St. Thomas Church, Leipzig, is reconstructed.
February 3 – Giovanni Battista Vaccarini, Sicilian architect (died 1768)
February 10 – Carlo Marchionni, Roman architect (died 1786)
May 10 – Antonio Gherardi, Italian painter, sculptor and architect working in Rome (born 1638)
1702 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1702 in architecture involved some significant events.