1590s in architecture
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|1580s . 1590s in architecture . 1600s|
|. Architecture timeline|
- 1590–1595 – Belvedere (fort) in Florence, Italy, designed by Bernardo Buontalenti, is constructed.
- 1590–1597 – Hardwick Hall in Derbyshire, England, designed by Robert Smythson, is constructed.
- 1592 – Church of Il Redentore on Giudecca in Venice, designed by Andrea Palladio, is consecrated.
- 1596? – Kasthamandap temple in Kathmandu, Nepal.
- 1593–1597 – Rushton Triangular Lodge in Northamptonshire, England, is designed and constructed by Sir Thomas Tresham, symbolising his Catholic recusancy.
- 1597 – Newark Castle on the Firth of Clyde in Scotland is rebuilt.
- 1599 – In Padua (Veneto), renovation begins on the Palazzo del Capitaniato arch and clock tower (expanded 1599–1605).
- 1590: Giovanni Antonio Rusconi's Della architettura is published posthumously in Venice.
- 1592: May 23 – Japanese invasions of Korea (1592–98) begin, leading to the destruction by fire of many Korean buildings.
- 1591: December 22 – Tommaso Dingli, Maltese architect (died 1666)
- 1596: November 1 – Pietro da Cortona, Italian baroque architect and painter (died 1669)
- 1599: September 25 – Francesco Borromini, Ticinese-born baroque architect (died 1667)
- 1592: April 13 – Bartolomeo Ammannati, Italian architect and sculptor (born 1511)
- 1595 – Antonio da Ponte, Swiss-born Venetian architect (born 1512)
- 1597: January 15 – Juan de Herrera, Spanish architect and geometrician (born 1530)
- (date unknown) – Girolamo Cassar, Maltese architect (born c.1520)