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1732 in architecture

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1732 in architecture

The year 1732 in architecture involved some significant events.

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Buildings

  • August - York Assembly Rooms in England, designed by Lord Burlington, are opened. The Mansion House, York, is also completed this year.
  • October 2 - Goodman's Fields Theatre, London, designed by Edward Shepherd, is opened.
  • December 7 - Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, London, designed by Edward Shepherd, is opened.
  • Trinity College Library in Dublin, designed by Thomas Burgh, is completed.
  • Nicola Salvi begins work on the new Trevi Fountain in Rome.
  • Work on Palais Rohan in Strasbourg, designed by Robert de Cotte, is started
  • Awards

  • Prix de Rome, architecture: Jean-Laurent Legeay.
  • Births

  • April 22 - John Johnson, English architect (died 1814)
  • July 21 - James Adam, Scottish-born architect (died 1794)
  • December 15 - Carl Gotthard Langhans, Prussian architect (died 1808)
  • Deaths

  • Giacomo Amato, Sicilian architect (born 1643)
  • References

    1732 in architecture Wikipedia


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