1690s in architecture
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- 1690 - The Sindone Chapel in Turin, Piedmont, designed by Guarino Guarini is completed.
- 1690 - The Barrage Vauban, designed by Vauban and built by Jacques Tarade in Strasbourg, France, is completed
- The Potala Palace in Lhasa is completed by construction of the Potrang Marpo ('Red Palace').
- The Radziejowski Palace in Nieborów, Poland, designed by Tylman van Gameren, is built.
- The Chapel of the Holy Shroud in Turin, begun by Amedeo di Castellamonte in 1668, is completed to the design of Guarino Guarini.
- 1695 - Wren Library, the library of Trinity College, Cambridge, England, designed by Christopher Wren, is completed.
- 1699 - Castle Howard in Yorkshire, England (completed 1712), designed by Sir John Vanbrugh and Nicholas Hawksmoor, is begun.
- 1690-1700 - Two Baroque palaces in Vilnius, Sapieha Palace and Slushko Palace, designed by Pietro Perti, are erected.
- 1691-1697 - Branicki Palace, Białystok, Poland, designed by Tylman van Gameren, is built.
- 1695-1699 - Craigiehall, near Edinburgh, Scotland, designed by Sir William Bruce.
- 1696 - Construction of Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna to the design of Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach begins.
- 1696 - Window tax is introduced in England.
- 1697: May 7 - The 13th century royal Tre Kronor ("Three Crowns") castle in Stockholm burns to the ground; the plan for the replacement Stockholm Palace by Nicodemus Tessin the Younger is presented a few weeks later.
- 1690 - Richard Cassels, German-born architect working in Ireland (died 1751)
- 1692 - Pietro Antonio Trezzini, Swiss architect working in Saint Petersburg (died after 1760)
- 1696: September 14 (bapt.) - Batty Langley, English garden architect (died 1751)
- 1698: October 23 - Ange-Jacques Gabriel, French architect (died 1782)