1731 in architecture
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The year 1731 in architecture involved some significant events.
- Basilica of Superga in Italy, designed by Filippo Juvarra, is completed.
- Cumbernauld House in Scotland, to designs by William Adam, is built.
- Hôtel Peyrenc de Moras in Paris, designed by Jean Aubert, is completed.
- Jakobstad Church in Finland, designed by Johan Knubb, is built.
- Jerusalem's Church in Berlin, designed by Philipp Gerlach, is completed.
- Royal Theatre in Mantua, Italy, designed by Ferdinando Galli-Bibiena, is built.
- Trooditissa Monastery on Cyprus is built.
- January 13 - Carl von Gontard, German architect (d. 1791)
- April 14 - Laurent-Benoît Dewez, Belgian architect (d. 1812)
- May 10 - Victor Louis, French architect (d. 1800)
- Andrea Giganti, Sicilian Baroque architect (d. 1787)
- Approximate date - John Hawks, English-born architect working in the Province of North Carolina (d. 1790)
- November 6 - James Smith, Scottish architect (b. c.1645)
- Francesco de Sanctis, Roman architect (b. 1679)