1660s in architecture
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|1650s . 1660s in architecture . 1670s|
- 1660 - Completion of
- 1661 - Work begins on Versailles, near Paris.
- 1663-1665 - Kingston Lacy in Dorset and Horseheath Hall in Cambridgeshire, both in England and both designed by Roger Pratt, built.
- 1664-1667 - Clarendon House in London, designed by Roger Pratt, built.
- 1661 - English astronomer Christopher Wren advises on repairs to Old St Paul's Cathedral in London and declines appointment to direct new fortifications at Tangier, his earliest known direct involvement with practical architecture.
- 1666: September 2–5 - The Great Fire of London destroys most of the city including Old St Paul's Cathedral.
- 1668 - Roger Pratt becomes the first person knighted for services to architecture.
- 1669 - Christopher Wren appointed Surveyor of the King's Works in England.
- 1660 - Jakob Prandtauer, Austrian Baroque architect (died 1726)
- 1661 (probable date) - Nicholas Hawksmoor, English architect (died 1736)
- 1661 - Daniel Marot, French architect (died 1752)
- 1664: January 24 - John Vanbrugh, English dramatist and architect (died 1726)
- 1666: March 15 - George Bähr, German architect, designer of Protestant churches (died 1738)
- 1668 - Johann Lukas von Hildebrandt, Austrian Baroque architect (died 1745)
- c. 1668 - Thomas Archer, English architect (died 1743)