Girish Mahajan

1813 in architecture

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1813 in architecture

The year 1813 in architecture involved some significant events.

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Buildings

  • The Theatre Royal, Plymouth, England, designed by John Foulston, is opened.
  • 3 Abbey Road, London (later a recording studio)
  • Executive Mansion, Richmond, Virginia, official residence of the Governor of Virginia in the United States, designed by Alexander Parris, is completed
  • Palacio de Mineria in Mexico City, designed by Manuel Tolsá, is completed.
  • Façade of Milan Cathedral, designed by Pellicani, is completed.
  • Awards

  • Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Auguste Caristie
  • Births

  • January 6 - Charles Lanyon, English architect associated with Belfast (died 1889)
  • February 23 - Ferdinand Stadler, Swiss architect (died 1870)
  • July 21 - Jakub Bursa, Czech architect, folk artist and builder (died 1884)
  • December 6 - August Sicard von Sicardsburg, Austrian architect (died 1868)
  • date unknown - John Skipton Mulvany, Irish architect (died 1870)
  • Deaths

  • June 6
  • Alexandre-Théodore Brongniart, French architect (born 1739)
  • Antonio Cachia, Maltese architect, civil and military engineer and archaeologist (born 1739)
  • date unknown - Michael Searles, English Regency commercial architect (born 1750)
  • References

    1813 in architecture Wikipedia


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