14th century in architecture
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|1290s . 14th century in architecture . 1400s|
- c. 1300 – Nidaros Cathedral is finished.
- 1306 – Completion of Wells Cathedral chapter house in England, in Decorated Gothic style.
- 1309 – Construction begins on the Doge's Palace in Venice (completed in 1424).
- c. 1310–1320 – Funerary chapel, Chora Church of the Monastery of Christ, Constantinople, is built.
- 1314 – Completion of Old St Paul's Cathedral in London.
- 1324 – Minaret of the Great Mosque of Algiers completed in the Abdalwadid sultanate.
- 1325 – The Al-Attarine Madrasa is completed in Fes
- 1327 – Djinguereber Mosque in Timbuktu, designed by Abu Es Haq es Saheli is completed.
- 1328 – Reconstruction of Exeter Cathedral (England) in the Decorated Gothic style begins.
- 1333 – The Kapellbrücke wooden bridge in Lucerne (Switzerland) is built; by the 20th century it will be the world's oldest truss bridge and Europe's oldest covered bridge.
- 1334–1359 – Construction of Giotto's Bell Tower in Florence, Italy.
- 1337 – Rebuilding of Gloucester Abbey in England in Perpendicular style begins.
- 1338 – Insertion of strainer arches at crossing of Wells Cathedral in England by William Joy.
- 1344 November – St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague founded.
- Madrasa Imami, Isfahan, Persia (Iran), is founded. (The tile mosaic mihrab is now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.)
- The construction of the Court of the Lions, Palace of the Lions, Alhambra, Granada, Spain, starts.
- The construction of the Muqarnas dome (plaster ceiling), Hall of the Abencerrajes, Palace of the Lions, Alhambra, Granada, Spain, starts.
- 1356 – The Bou Inania Madrasa is inaugurated in Fes.
- 1356–1363 – Building of the Qibla wall with mihrab and minbar, main iwan (vaulted chamber) in the mosque of the Sultan Hasan madrasa-mausoleum-mosque complex, Cairo, Egypt.
- 1363 – Baptistry of Pisa, Italy completed.
- 1377 – Ulm Cathedral begun under Ulrich von Ensingen.
- c. 1380 – Construction of Kuressaare Castle in present-day Estonia started.
- c. 1382 – Work is begun on a new nave of Canterbury Cathedral by master mason Henry Yevele.
- c. 1385 – In Milan, Archbishop Antonio da Saluzzo and statesman Gian Galeazzo Visconti initiate a project to design and build a new Cathedral; beginning with the demolition of buildings previously at that site (the palace of the Archbishop, the Ordinari Palace, and the Baptistry of 'St. Stephen at the Spring'). The old church of Sta. Maria Maggiore is quarried for stone. The exterior of the new Milan Cathedral will not be fully completed until nearly six centuries later; with the last external gate being finished in the 1960s.
- 1391 – The construction of the Court of the Lions, Palace of the Lions, Alhambra, Granada, Spain, ends.
- The construction of the Muqarnas dome (plaster ceiling), Hall of the Abencerrajes, Palace of the Lions, Alhambra, Granada, Spain, ends.
- 1394 – The Gyeongbokgung of Korea is completed.
- 1395 – Hammerbeam roof of Westminster Hall assembled.
- 1396 – The Sungnyemun, Dongdaemun and Jongmyo of Korea are completed.
- 1400 – Canterbury Cathedral nave is completed.
- 1377 - Filippo Brunelleschi born in Florence (died 1446)
- 1386 - Donatello (Donato di Niccolò di Betto Bardi) born in Florence (died 1466)
- 1391 - Michelozzo born in Florence (died 1472?)
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