|Covid-19|January 5 - Salle des Capucines in Paris, France, designed by Charles Garnier, is opened as the home of the Paris Opéra.
Sydney Town Hall in Sydney, Australia is completed.
William Watts Sherman House, Newport, Rhode Island, designed by Henry Hobson Richardson, is built.
The Hermannsdenkmal monument in Berlin, Germany, designed by sculptor Ernst von Bandel, is completed.
Royal Gold Medal - Edmund Sharpe.
Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Edmond Paulin.
German firm Wayss & Freitag formed, who pioneered reinforced concrete.
May 12 - Charles Holden, English architect noted for London Underground stations (died 1960)
July - W. Curtis Green, English commercial architect (died 1960)
August 11 - Percy Erskine Nobbs, Scottish-born Canadian Arts and Crafts architect (died 1964)
February 28 - Robert Willis, English mechanical engineer, phonetician and architectural historian (born 1800)
June 5 - E. W. Pugin, English ecclesiastical architect (born 1834)
June 24 - Henri Labrouste, French architect (born 1801)
1875 in architecture Wikipedia
The year 1875 in architecture involved some significant events.