1824 in architecture
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The year 1824 in architecture involved some significant events.
- The Second Bank of the United States in Philadelphia, designed by William Strickland, is completed.
- Camden Chapel, Camden Town, London, designed by William and Henry Inwood, is completed.
- Commissioners' churches in London completed:
- St Matthew's Church, Brixton, London, designed by Charles F. Porden, is completed.
- St Andrew's Church, Liverpool, England, designed by Daniel Stewart and John Foster, is opened.
- St James' Church, Sydney, Australia, designed by Francis Greenway, is consecrated.
- The Edinburgh Academy in Scotland, designed by William Burn, is opened.
- The Pilgrim Hall Museum in Plymouth, Massachusetts, designed by Alexander Parris, is opened.
- The Chatham Garden Theatre in New York City, designed by George Conklin, is opened.
- The Kurhaus of Baden-Baden in Germany is designed by Friedrich Weinbrenner.
- Park Square, London, designed by John Nash, is completed.
- Abbotsford House in Scotland is completed for Sir Walter Scott.
- Final remodelling of the houses that will become Sir John Soane's Museum in London by Soane is completed.
- Reconstruction of Windsor Castle, England, to the design of Jeffry Wyattville, commences.
- Windsor Bridge across the River Thames in England, designed by Charles Hollis, is opened.
- Aldford Iron Bridge across the River Dee in Cheshire, England, designed by Thomas Telford, is completed.
- Pochtamtsky Bridge in Saint Petersburg (pedestrian suspension), designed by Wilhelm von Traitteur and Christianovich, is completed.
- April 4 - Edmund Wright, English-born Australian architect (died 1888)
- June 20 - George Edmund Street, English architect (died 1881)
- Approximate date - Charles Henry Howell, English architect specialising in lunatic asylums (died 1905)