|Covid-19|June 30 - Georges-Eugène Haussmann is selected as préfect of the Seine (department) to begin the re-planning of Paris.
Fastnet Rock Lighthouse is completed at the most southerly point of Ireland.
The New York Crystal Palace is constructed for the Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations in New York City.
The New York Cotton Exchange building is completed in New York City.
Rhode Island Tool Company building is completed in Providence, Rhode Island.
Charlbury railway station in Oxfordshire, England, designed by I. K. Brunel, is opened.
Royal Gold Medal - Robert Smirke.
Grand Prix de Rome, architecture - Arthur-Stanislas Diet.
February 26 - Antonio Rivas Mercado, Mexican architect, engineer and restorer (died 1927)
August 28 (August 16 O.S.) - Vladimir Shukhov, Russian structural engineer (died 1939)
September 11 - Stanford White, American architect (died 1906)
December 12 - William Nichols, English-born American Neoclassical architect (born 1780)
1853 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1853 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.