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1833 in architecture

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1833 in architecture

The year 1833 in architecture involved some significant events.



  • Carlton House Terrace in London, designed by John Nash, is completed.
  • Marble Arch in London, adapted by Edward Blore from a design by John Nash, is completed on its original site.
  • Vermont State House in Montpelier, Vermont, United States, designed by Ammi B. Young is completed.
  • Hotel Seurahuone, Helsinki, Finland, designed by Carl Ludvig Engel, is completed.
  • The Grand Theatre, Warsaw, Poland, designed by Antonio Corazzi, is opened.
  • Awards

  • Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Victor Baltard.
  • Births

  • January 1 - Robert Lawson, Scottish-born architect working in Australasia (died 1902)
  • March - Frederick Pepys Cockerell, English architect (died 1878)
  • May 23 - E. W. Godwin, English architect and designer (died 1886)
  • July 15 - Christian Jank, Bavarian architect (died 1888)
  • July 20 - Karl Hasenauer, Austrian architect (died 1894)
  • July 31 - Édouard Deperthes, French architect (died 1898)
  • Deaths

  • December 18 - Jean-Charles Krafft, Austrian-born French architect (born 1764)
  • References

    1833 in architecture Wikipedia

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