1882 in architecture
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The year 1882 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.
- June 29 – Unveiling of the Russian Monument, Sofia.
- September 8 - St. Mary's Basilica, Bangalore, India.
- September 30 – Dedication of Hearthstone House, in Appleton, Wisconsin, United States, the first residential building to be powered by a centrally located hydroelectric station using the Edison system.
- date unknown – Construction work begins on the Templo de la Sagrada Família cathedral (completion scheduled for 2026) in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, designed by Antoni Gaudí.
- December 25 – Hotel Roanoke, a luxury hotel in Roanoke, Virginia, United States, built by the Norfolk and Western Railway
- The Cathedral of St Vincent de Paul in Tunis.
- A six-story architectural folly, Elephant Bazaar, later renamed as "Lucy the Elephant", constructed by James V. Lafferty in Margate City, New Jersey, United States
- Hotel Gaillard, Paris, designed by Jules Février.
- January 2 - Frederic Joseph DeLongchamps, prolific Nevada architect (died 1969)
- January 3 - David Adler, Jewish-American architect practising in Chicago (died 1949)
- July 2 - Francis Conroy Sullivan, Canadian architect (died 1929)
- July 25 - Wolff Schoemaker, Dutch Art Deco architect (died 1949)
- June 29 - Joseph Hansom, English Gothic Revival architect (born 1803)
- December 4 - Virginio Vespignani, Italian architect (born 1808)
- K. Chandramouli. "Home to all faiths". Online Edition of The Hindu, dated 2002-08-29. Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. Retrieved 2007-08-15.
- A Guide to the Frederic J. Delongchamps Architectural Drawings And Papers Collection, University of Nevada, Reno
- "David Adler". David Adler Center for Music and Arts.