|Covid-19|The Hameau de Chantilly, a group of cottages, is constructed by Bathilde d'Orléans, Duchess of Bourbon, in the gardens of the Élysée Palace in Paris, in imitation of a village at the Château de Chantilly, her principal residence.
In Charleston, SC, the Unitarian Universalist Church is built (a National Historic Landmark).
In Bedford, New York, the Court House in Bedford Village is built (renovated in the 1960s).
In White Plains, NY, the second courthouse is built, on the foundation of the first (1759) courthouse.
In Philadelphia, PA, the Morris House Hotel is built.
In Jefferson County, Ohio, Fort Steuben is built and houses the first American Army Regiment.
In Saint Petersburg (Russia), the Hermitage Theatre, designed by Giacomo Quarenghi, is completed.
In suburban Vienna, the Theater auf der Wieden, designed by Andreas Zach, is built and opened.
The Royal Pavilion, at Brighton (England) is established as a seaside retreat for George, Prince of Wales.
The Church of La Soledad, Mexico City, designed by Father Gregorio Pérez Cancio with the help of architects Cayetano de Sigüenza, Ildefonso Iniesta Bejarano, Francisco Antonio de Guerrero y Torres and Ignacio Castera, is completed.
The Al-Nabi Mosque, Qazvin (Persia), probably designed by Ustad Mirza Shirazi, is built.
The Qingshui Temple in Taipei (Taiwan) is built.
Dome of the Sanctuary of Santa Maria della Vita in Bologna (Italy), designed by Giuseppe Tubertini, is completed.
January 26 - Aleksandr Vitberg, Russian Neoclassical architect (died 1855)
November 26 - Pascal Coste, French architect and engineer working in Egypt (died 1879)
Ignatius Bonomi, English architect (died 1870)
John Dobson, English architect (died 1865)
April 7 - Sir Nigel Gresley, 6th Baronet, builder of Sir Nigel Gresley's Canal (born c.1727)
May 8 - Antonio Brianti, Italian architect (born 1739)
1787 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1787 in architecture involved some significant events in architectural history.