1520s in architecture
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|1510s . 1520s in architecture . 1530s|
- c. 1520 – Lupert's Range (third side of the Eton School Yard), with Lupert's Tower, designed by architect Henry Redman, completed at Eton College in England.
- c. 1520 – Rebuilding of San Giacomo Scossacavalli in Rome begun by Antonio da Sangallo the Younger (completed 1592).
- 1521 – Château de Chenonceau built in the French Loire Valley.
- 1521 – Rebuilding of Hampton Court Palace near London completed by Cardinal Wolsey.
- 1522 – Vilnius City wall completed, including the Gate of Dawn.
- 1525 – Laurentian Library in Florence designed by Michelangelo.
- 1525 – Rebuilding of Segovia Cathedral begun by Juan Gil de Hontañón.
- 1525 – Palazzo del Te begun by Giulio Romano.
- 1528 – St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, England completed.
- Jacopo Sansovino is appointed chief architect and superintendent of properties (Protomaestro or Proto) to the Procurators of San Marco in Venice.
- c.1520 - Girolamo Cassar, Maltese architect and engineer (d. c. 1589-92)