|Covid-19|The Bridge of Sighs, St John's College, Cambridge, England, designed by Henry Hutchinson, is completed.
The Dugald Stewart Monument in Edinburgh, Scotland, designed by W. H. Playfair, is completed.
The Burns Monument, Edinburgh, is designed by Thomas Hamilton.
North Church in Aberdeen, Scotland, designed by John Smith, is opened.
Goodrich Court in Herefordshire, England, designed by Edward Blore, is completed.
The Pedrocchi Café in Padua, Italy is completed.
Augustus Charles Pugin publishes Examples of Gothic Architecture in London.
Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Prosper Morey.
January 12 - Philip Webb, English architect (died 1915)
May 7 - Richard Norman Shaw, Scottish-born architect (died 1912)
June 21 - John Henry Chamberlain, English architect (died 1883)
December 8 - James Hoban, Irish architect working in the United States (born 1762)
1831 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1831 in architecture involved some significant events.