1815 in architecture
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The year 1815 in architecture involved some significant events.
- St. Patrick's Old Cathedral in New York City, designed by Joseph-François Mangin, is dedicated.
- Church of St. Paul's Radcliffeboro (Charleston, South Carolina) is completed.
- St. John's Church, Philadelphia, designed by William Strickland, is built.
- St Michael's Church, Aigburth, England, designed by ironfounder John Cragg with Thomas Rickman, is consecrated.
- Kuopio Cathedral in Finland is completed.
- The Royal Pavilion (Brighton Pavilion) is redesigned to become a royal residence located in Brighton, England.
- Armadale Castle on Skye (Scotland) is built in the style of Scottish Baronial architecture to the design of James Gillespie Graham.
- The Nelson Monument, Edinburgh, on Calton Hill, designed by Robert Burn, is dedicated.
- Dunans and Ferness Bridges in Scotland, designed by Thomas Telford, are completed.
- Waterloo Bridge, Betws-y-Coed, Wales, designed by Thomas Telford, is constructed.
- Glenfinnan Monument in Scotland, designed by James Gillespie Graham, is erected.
- Carneal House is built at 405 East Second Street in Covington, Kentucky.
- Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Pierre Anne Dedreux.
- January 11 - David Stevenson, Scottish lighthouse engineer (d. 1886)
- March 7 - Samuel Sloan, American architect working in Philadelphia (d. 1884)
- October 30 - Andrew Jackson Downing, American landscape architect (d. 1852)
- December 23 - Ildefons Cerdà, Catalan Spanish urban planner (d. 1876)
- William Harrison Folsom, American Mormon architect (d. 1901)
- John M. Trimble, American theater architect (d. 1867)
- June 5 - Robert Burn, Scottish architect (b. 1752)
- November 15 - Louis Michel Thibault, French-born architect working in South Africa (b. 1750)