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1841 in architecture

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1841 in architecture

The year 1841 in architecture involved some significant events.

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Buildings

  • April 13 — Original Semperoper in Dresden, designed by Gottfried Semper, opened.
  • September 2 — Leeds Parish Church reconsecrated after reconstruction.
  • Pori Old Town Hall in Finland, designed by Carl Ludvig Engel, completed.
  • Publications

  • English architect Augustus Pugin publishes an article on English parish churches in the Dublin Review (London Catholic periodical); two lectures on The True Principles of Pointed or Christian Architecture and a revised edition of his 1836 book Contrasts.
  • Awards

  • Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Alexis Paccard.
  • Births

  • February 7 - Auguste Choisy, French architect (died 1909)
  • July - Richard Carpenter, English architect (died 1893)
  • July 10 - John Belcher, English architect (died 1913)
  • July 17 - John Oldrid Scott, English architect (died 1913)
  • July 13 - Otto Wagner, Austrian architect (died 1918)
  • August 12 - Franz Heinrich Schwechten, German architect (died 1924)
  • Deaths

  • October 9 - Karl Friedrich Schinkel, Prussian architect (born 1781)
  • December 30 - John Foulston, English architect working in Plymouth (born 1772)
  • References

    1841 in architecture Wikipedia


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