1705 in architecture
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The year 1705 in architecture involved some significant events.
- November - In Williamsburg, capital of the Virginia colony in America, construction of the first Capitol building is completed.
- Blenheim Palace is begun at Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England, designed by John Vanbrugh (completed 1722).
- The Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna, Austria, is completed.
- Remodelling of the Jesuit Church, Vienna, by Andrea Pozzo is largely completed.
- January 17 - Jacques-François Blondel, French architect (died 1774)
- Charles Labelye, Swiss civil engineer (died 1762)
- Approximate date - Richard Taliaferro, American architect working in Williamsburg, Virginia and designer of the second Capitol there (died 1779)