|Covid-19|The Sanmon gate of Taiseki-ji temple on the lower slopes of Mount Fuji, Japan, is built with donations from Tenneiin, the wife of sixth Shogun Tokugawa Ienobu.
Bluecoat Chambers (school) in Liverpool, England, is first completed.
Bluecoat School, Chester, England, is built.
Steeple of St Mary le Strand church in London, designed by James Gibbs, is completed.
The Wayside in Concord, Massachusetts (later home of Nathaniel Hawthorne and Louisa May Alcott) is first recorded.
Construction of the Basilica of Superga begins.
The first stone of the Mafra National Palace is laid on the 17th of November with a grand ceremony and the presence of the king.
July 14 – Ventura Rodríguez, Spanish architect (died 1785)
August 11 – Giovanni Carlo Galli-Bibiena, Italian architect, designer and painter (died 1760)
c. October – James Paine, English architect (died 1789)
Adriano Cristofali, Veronese architect (died 1788)
1717 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1717 in architecture involved some significant events.