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1828 in architecture

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1828 in architecture

The year 1828 in architecture involved some significant events.



  • July 17 - Stone Kingston Bridge, London, designed by Edward Lapidge.
  • October 25 - St Katharine Docks in London, designed by Philip Hardwick.
  • Completions

  • St Stephen's Church, Edinburgh, designed by William Henry Playfair.
  • Chaudière Bridge, Ottawa, Canada, designed by Colonel John By.
  • Second Christiansborg Palace, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Flagstaff Tower, Delhi, India.
  • Jašiūnai Manor, Lithuania, designed by Karol Podczaszyński.
  • Raczyński Library, Poznań, Poland.
  • Kremlin Arsenal, Moscow, Russia.
  • Pont de l'Archevêché, Paris, France.
  • Western Pavilion, Brighton, UK, designed by Amon Henry Wilds.
  • Westminster Arcade in Providence, Rhode Island, USA, built by Russell Warren and James Bucklin.
  • Publications

  • Heinrich Hübsch - In welchem Style sollen wir bauen? ("In which style should we build?")
  • Births

  • June 9 - George Goldie, English church architect (died 1887)
  • June 15 - Thomas Newenham Deane, Irish architect (died 1899)
  • Deaths

  • March 12 - William Stretton, architect, 72
  • March 28 - William Thornton, British-American physician, inventor, painter and architect, 68
  • References

    1828 in architecture Wikipedia

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