1721 in architecture
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The year 1721 in architecture involved some significant events.
- Bocking Windmill, Essex, England.
- 7 Burlington Gardens, later Queensberry House, London, Giacomo Leoni's first design for England
- Fort King George, along the Altamaha River in the modern-day US state of Georgia
- Ruthven Barracks in Scotland completed
- Jackson Square (New Orleans), New France
- Nazarbaug Palace, Gujarat, India
- Ellingen Residence in Ellingen, Bavaria completed in its Baroque form
- Písek Gate, Prague, Czech Republic
- Saint Paul the First Hermit Cathedral completed as parish church of San Pablo, Laguna, Philippines
- March 5 - John Adam, architect, brother of Robert Adam and James Adam (died 1792)
- date unknown - Thomas Sandby, draughtsman, watercolour artist, architect and teacher (died 1798)
- date unknown
- "Windmill, Church Street (south east side), Braintree, Essex". English Heritage. Retrieved 2008-05-25.
- Coleman, Kenneth (1991). A History of Georgia. University of Georgia.
- Carlo Francesco Bizzaccheri (1655-1721), by Nina A. Mallory and John L. Varriano. 1974. Society of Architectural Historians.