1570s in architecture
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- 1570–1575 - Palazzo Barbaran da Porto in Vicenza (in the Veneto), designed by Andrea Palladio, is built.
- 1571 - Buildings begun in 1568 are completed:
- 1571–1572 - Loggia of Palazzo del Capitaniato in Vicenza, designed by Palladio, is built.
- c. 1572 - Completion of work (part of main courtyard) at Villa Serego, Santa Sofia di Pedemonte in the province of Verona, designed by Palladio.
- 1574 - The Selimiye Mosque (Edirne), designed by Mimar Sinan and begun in 1568, is completed.
- 1576 - The Pagoda of Cishou Temple in the suburbs of Beijing is completed.
- 1576–1577 - Design for church of Il Redentore on Giudecca in Venice commissioned from Palladio and construction begins.
- 1579 - Nonsuch House erected on London Bridge.
- Fatehpur Sikri in the Mughal Empire is completed.
- 1570 - Andrea Palladio publishes I Quattro Libri dell'Architettura (The Four Books of Architecture).
- 1578 - Giacomo della Porta builds a fountain in front of the Pantheon, Rome.
- 1572: December 30 - Galeazzo Alessi, Italian architect (born 1512)
- 1573: July 7 - Giacomo Barozzi da Vignola, Italian mannerist architect (born 1507)
- 1574: June 27 - Giorgio Vasari, Italian painter, architect and art historian (born 1511)
- 1578: September - Pierre Lescot, French architect (born 1510)