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1802 in architecture

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1802 in architecture

The year 1802 in architecture involved some significant events.



  • New Satu Mare Chain Church in Romania, designed by Preinlich Sigismund, is completed.
  • New St. George's Church, Dublin, Ireland, designed by Francis Johnston, is completed.
  • The Temple of Saint Philip Neri in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico is completed.
  • The Four Courts in Dublin, designed by James Gandon, is completed.
  • Rebuilding of Liverpool Town Hall in England under the direction of John Foster is completed.
  • The Classen Library in Copenhagen, Denmark, designed by the benefactor Peter Hersleb Classen, presumably assisted by Andreas Kirkerup, is completed.
  • Wildersgade Barracks in Copenhagen, designed by the architects and developers Jørgen Henrich Rawert and Andreas Hallander, is opened.
  • Mežotne Palace in Latvia, designed by Johann Georg Adam Berlitz, is completed.
  • Badenich Palace in Bejsce, Poland, designed by Jakub Kubicki, is built.
  • Sedgeley, a mansion on the Schuylkill River near Philadelphia designed by Benjamin Henry Latrobe, is completed.
  • Wrangel Palace in Stockholm, Sweden is rebuilt after a fire by Carl Christoffer Gjörwell.
  • New dining room and conservatory for the Royal Pavilion, Brighton, England, designed by Peter Frederick Robinson, are completed.
  • Monument to the Magdeburg Rights (Kiev) in Ukraine, designed by Andrey Melensky, is erected.
  • Awards

  • Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Hubert Rohault de Fleury.
  • Births

  • January 22 - Richard Upjohn, English-born ecclesiastical architect working in the United States (died 1878)
  • August 22 - Félix Marie Charles Texier, French architect and antiquary (died 1871)
  • August 26 - George Wightwick, Welsh-born architect working in south west England and pioneer architectural journalist (died 1872)
  • October 6 - James Bunstone Bunning, English architect (died 1863)
  • Stamatios Kleanthis, Greek architect (died 1862)
  • Andrei Stackenschneider, Russian architect (died 1865)
  • Ernst Friedrich Zwirner, Silesian-born architect working in Germany (died 1861)
  • Deaths

  • July 17 - Esprit-Joseph Brun, French architect (born 1710)
  • John Whitehead, English amateur architect working in Portugal (born 1726)
  • References

    1802 in architecture Wikipedia

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