|Covid-19|November - In Williamsburg, capital of the Virginia colony in America, construction of the first Capitol building is completed.
Blenheim Palace is begun at Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England, designed by John Vanbrugh (completed 1722).
The Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna, Austria, is completed.
Remodelling of the Jesuit Church, Vienna, by Andrea Pozzo is largely completed.
January 17 - Jacques-François Blondel, French architect (died 1774)
Charles Labelye, Swiss civil engineer (died 1762)
Approximate date - Richard Taliaferro, American architect working in Williamsburg, Virginia and designer of the second Capitol there (died 1779)
Lady Elizabeth Wilbraham, English amateur architect (born 1632)
1705 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1705 in architecture involved some significant events.