|Covid-19|Blenheim Palace (begun 1705) in Woodstock, England, designed by John Vanbrugh, is completed.
Wanstead House, near London, England, designed by Colen Campbell, is completed.
Castletown House in County Kildare, Ireland, designed by Alessandro Galilei, is completed.
Pilgrimage Church of Saint John of Nepomuk, Grünberg (Zelená hora), Bohemia, designed by Jan Santini Aichel, is completed.
Kantajew Temple in Bengal is completed.
Grand Prix de Rome, architecture (first award): Jean-Michel Chevotet.
March 17 - William Wentworth, 2nd Earl of Strafford, English peer and amateur architect (died 1791)
August - James Essex, English builder and architect working in Cambridge (died 1784)
Francesco Sabatini, Sicilian architect working in Spain (died 1797)
Robert Smith, Scottish architect working in America (died 1777)
April 28 (bur.) - William Winde, English gentleman architect (born c.1645)
June 20 - Christoph Dientzenhofer, Bavarian baroque architect working in Bohemia (born 1655)
1722 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1722 in architecture involved some significant events.