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1782 in architecture

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1782 in architecture

The year 1782 in architecture involved some significant events.

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Buildings

  • Holy Trinity Church, Warsaw, designed by Szymon Bogumił Zug, is completed.
  • Hôtel de Mademoiselle de Condé town house in Paris, designed by Alexandre-Théodore Brongniart, is completed (approximate date).
  • Hôtel de Salm town house in Paris, designed by Pierre Rousseau, is built.
  • Amphithéâtre Anglais in Paris opened.
  • Royal Swedish Opera in Stockholm, designed by Carl Fredrik Adelcrantz, is opened.
  • Frankfurter National-Theater in Frankfurt in Hesse, designed by Johann Andreas Hardt Lieb, is opened.
  • Kurfürstlicher Pavillon at Schönbusch (Aschaffenburg) in Bavaria, designed by Emanuel Herigoyen, is completed.
  • Lohn Estate house in the Swiss canton of Bern is designed by Carl Ahasver von Sinner.
  • Oxenfoord Castle in Scotland is rebuilt to designs by Robert Adam.
  • Awards

  • Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Pierre Bernard.
  • Births

  • August 15 - James Smith of Jordanhill, Scottish merchant, antiquarian and architect (died 1867)
  • Kazimierz Jelski, Polish architect and sculptor (died 1867)
  • Deaths

  • January 4 - Ange-Jacques Gabriel, French architect (born 1698)
  • June 18 - John Wood, the Younger, English architect working in Bath (born 1728)
  • June 26 - Antonio Visentini, Venetian architect, painter and engraver (born 1688)
  • References

    1782 in architecture Wikipedia


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