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1825 in architecture

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1825 in architecture

The year 1825 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.



  • The front and rear porticoes of The White House are added to the building.
  • Buildings completed

  • Moscow Manege, Moscow, Russia, designed by Agustín de Betancourt.
  • Tuskulėnai Manor in Vilnius by Karol Podczaszyński.
  • Palais Brongniart, the Paris Bourse, completed posthumously to the designs of Alexandre-Théodore Brongniart.
  • City Hall in Karlsruhe (Baden), designed by Friedrich Weinbrenner.
  • St Peter's Church, Walworth, London, designed by John Soane.
  • Births

  • July 14 - Adolf Cluss, German-born architect in Washington, D.C. (died 1905)
  • August 7 - Jacob Wrey Mould, New York architect, illustrator, linguist and musician (died 1886)
  • October 22 - Friedrich von Schmidt, Austrian architect based in Vienna (died 1891)
  • November 6 - Charles Garnier, French architect (died 1898)
  • date unknown - James Brooks, English Gothic Revival architect (died 1901)
  • Deaths

  • June 14 - Pierre Charles L'Enfant, French-born US architect and civil engineer (born 1754)
  • References

    1825 in architecture Wikipedia

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