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1832 in architecture

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1832 in architecture

The year 1832 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.

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Buildings opened

  • January - Theatre Royal, Wexford, Ireland (demolished 2006)
  • Buildings completed

  • 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.
  • Awards

  • Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Jean-Arnoud Léveil.
  • Births

  • 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)
  • Deaths

  • 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)
  • References

    1832 in architecture Wikipedia


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