|Covid-19|September 24 - The Bolshoi Kamenny Theatre, in Saint Petersburg, Russia, designed by Antonio Rinaldi, opens with a performance of Paisiello’s opera Il mondo della luna.
New Vilnius Cathedral in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, designed by Laurynas Gucevičius, is consecrated.
Façade of Carmelite Church, Warsaw, Poland, designed by Efraim Szreger, is completed
Laleli Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey, is rebuilt after a fire.
Boston Light (lighthouse) rebuilt on the site of an earlier one destroyed in the American Revolution.
Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Antoine Vaudoyer.
May 14 - Giuseppe Jappelli, Venetian architect (died 1852)
June 2 - Solomon Willard, Massachusetts craftsman, architect and builder (died 1861)
February 6 - Capability Brown, English landscape architect (born 1716)
1783 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1783 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.