1886 in architecture
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The year 1886 in architecture involved some significant events.
- Dom Luís Bridge in Porto, designed by Téophile Seyrig, is completed.
- Iowa State Capitol in Des Moines, designed by John C. Cochrane and Alfred H. Piquenard, is completed.
- Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria, Germany, designed by Eduard Riedel, is opened to the public (though uncompleted).
- National Assembly (Bulgaria) in Sofia, designed by Konstantin Jovanović, is completed.
- Hotel Cecil (London) in the United Kingdom, designed by Perry & Reed, is completed.
- Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament (Sacramento, California) in the United States is designed by Bryan J. Klinch.
- Royal Gold Medal - Charles Garnier.
- Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Albert Louvet (First Prize & Second).
- March 27 - Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (died 1969)
- March 27 - Clemens Holzmeister born in Fulpmes in Tyrol in Austria (died 1983)
- July 27 - Ernst May (died 1970)