1610s in architecture
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- April 27, 1613 - Inigo Jones is appointed Surveyor of the King's Works in England.
- September 1615 - Inigo Jones, newly returned from a tour of continental Europe, is appointed Surveyor-General of the King's Works in England.
- The Marian column in front of the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore in Rome, designed by Carlo Maderno, is built; it serves as a model for numerous Marian columns in many Catholic countries.
- The Schloss Johannisburg in Aschaffenburg, Bavaria, designed by Georg Ridinger, is completed (begun in 1605).
- Work starts on Saint Thomas Tower in Marsaskala, Malta.
- Work starts on the Queen's House in Greenwich, England, designed by Inigo Jones (work is suspended in 1619 and resumed 1630-35).
- The Sultan Ahmed Mosque ("Blue Mosque") in Istanbul is completed.
- The Gyeonghuigung of Korea is completed.
- The Changgyeonggung of Korea is reconstructed.
- Marsalforn Tower in Gozo, Malta, is completed (begun c.1614).
- 1617 - The Basilica Palladiana, in Vicenza, Italy, designed by Andrea Palladio, is completed (begun in 1549).
- 1618 - Saint Mary's Tower in Comino, Malta, is completed.
- The Banqueting House at Whitehall in London and the Prince's Lodging at Newmarket, Suffolk, both designed by Inigo Jones, are begun.
- Naghsh-i Jahan Square is built in Isfahan, Iran by Mohammadreza Isfahani.
- Remodelling of Plaza Mayor, Madrid, is completed by Juan Gómez de Mora.
- Ballintaylor House at Whitechurch, Waterford, Ireland, is built by Sir Richard Osbourne.
- 1615 – Vincenzo Scamozzi - L'Idea della Architettura Universale (The Universal Idea of Architecture)
- May 4, 1611 - Carlo Rainaldi (died 1691)
- 1611 - John Webb (died 1672)
- 1612 - Louis Le Vau (died 1670)
- 1613 - Claude Perrault (died 1688)