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1831 in architecture

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1831 in architecture

The year 1831 in architecture involved some significant events.

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Buildings

  • 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 CafĂ© in Padua, Italy is completed.
  • Publications

  • Augustus Charles Pugin publishes Examples of Gothic Architecture in London.
  • Awards

  • Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Prosper Morey.
  • Births

  • 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)
  • Deaths

  • December 8 - James Hoban, Irish architect working in the United States (born 1762)
  • References

    1831 in architecture Wikipedia


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