1480s in architecture
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|1470s . 1480s in architecture . 1490s|
- 1480 – Ancienne Douane (Colmar) completed
- 1481 - Palazzo Loredan on the Grand Canal (Venice), designed by Mauro Codussi, is begun (completed 1509).
- 1482–1489 - Ginkaku-ji ("Temple of the Silver Pavilion") in Kyoto, Japan, is constructed.
- 1483 - The Changgyeonggung of Korea is completed.
- 1484 - Palazzo Medici in Florence, begun by Michelozzo c.1444/45, is completed.
- 1487 - Italian architects begin to build the Moscow Kremlin.
- 1482 - Francesco di Giorgio Martini, Trattato di architettura, ingegneria e arte militare ("Treatise of Architecture, Engineering and Military Art") is completed after this date
- 1485 - Leon Battista Alberti, De Re Aedificatoria (written 1443–52) becomes the first printed work on architecture
- 1483: April 6 - Raphael, Italian painter and architect (died 1520)
- 1484: April 12 - Antonio da Sangallo the Younger, Italian architect (died 1546)
- 1486: July 2 - Jacopo Sansovino, Italian sculptor and architect (died 1570)
- 1489: April 15 - Mimar Sinan, Ottoman Turkish architect (died 1588)