|Covid-19|January - Theatre Royal, Wexford, Ireland (demolished 2006)
Church of Our Saviour, Qaqortoq, Greenland.
Cutlers' Hall, Sheffield, England, designed by Samuel Worth and Benjamin Broomhead Taylor.
Drapers' Hall, Coventry, England, designed by Thomas Rickman.
Surgeons' Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland, designed by William Henry Playfair.
Replacement Old City Gaol, Bristol, England, designed by Richard Shackleton Pope.
Osgoode Hall, Toronto for The Law Society of Upper Canada, designed by John Ewart and W. W. Baldwin.
Royal City of Dublin Hospital, Ireland, designed by Albert E. Murray.
Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, Gibraltar.
Hill's Academy, Essex, Connecticut.
Maderup Mølle, Funen, Denmark (now in The Funen Village)
Théâtre des Folies-Dramatiques, Paris.
The Mount, Sheffield, England (residential terrace), designed by William Flockton.
Staines Bridge (across the River Thames in England), designed by George Rennie.
Marlow Bridge (suspension, across the River Thames in England), designed by William Tierney Clark.
Bridge Real Ferdinando sul Garigliano (suspension, in the Kingdom of Naples), designed by Luigi Giura.
George IV Bridge in Edinburgh, designed by Thomas Hamilton.
St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, New York City, USA (destroyed in the September 11 attacks 2001)
Stirling New Bridge in Scotland, designed by Robert Stevenson, completed.
Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Jean-Arnoud Léveil.
March 29 - William Swinden Barber, English architect (died 1908)
September 25 - William Le Baron Jenney, American architect (died 1907)
October 10 - Henry Hunter, English-born architect working in Tasmania (died 1892)
December 15 - Gustave Eiffel, French civil engineer (died 1923)
December 22 - Henry Augustus Sims, American architect working in Philadelphia (died 1875)
date unknown Frederick Thomas Pilkington, English-born architect working in Scotland (died 1898)
June 4 - William Hastie, Russian architect, civil engineer and town planner of Scottish descent
July 30 - John Shaw, Sr., English architect (born 1776)
September 22 - William Fowler, English architect and engraver (born 1761)
November 19 - John Paterson, Scottish architect
December 19 - Augustus Charles Pugin, French-born English architectural draughtsman (born 1762)
1832 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1832 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.