1745 in architecture
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The year 1745 in architecture involved some significant events.
- The Great Lavra Bell Tower, the main bell tower of the ancient cave monastery of Kiev Pechersk Lavra in Kiev (modern-day capital of Ukraine), designed by Johann Gottfried Schädel, is completed (begun 1731).
- Construction of the Wieskirche in Bavaria, designed by Dominikus Zimmermann, is begun (structure completed 1754)
- May 5 - Carl August Ehrensvärd, Swedish naval officer, painter, author and neoclassical architect (died 1800)
- July 20 - Henry Holland, English architect (died 1806)
- Pierre-Adrien Pâris, French architect, painter and designer (died 1819)
- February 23 - Joseph Effner, German architect and decorator (born 1687)
- June 13 - Domenico Antonio Vaccaro, Neapolitan painter, sculptor and architect (died 1678)
- April 12 - William Kent, Yorkshire-born English architect, landscape architect and furniture designer (born c.1685)
- October 15 - Maximilian von Welsch, German baroque architect (born 1671)
- November 16 - Johann Lukas von Hildebrandt, Genoese-born, Italian-trained Austrian baroque architect (born 1668)