1771 in architecture
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This article relies largely or entirely on a single source. (June 2018)
The year 1771 in architecture involved some significant events.
- Bath Assembly Rooms, designed by John Wood the Younger, completed in England.
- Claydon House, the second English country house completed on this site in Buckinghamshire.
- Harewood House in West Yorkshire, England, a country house designed by John Carr and Robert Adam, is completed.
- Pavillon de Louveciennes in Louveciennes, Yvelines, France, designed by Claude Nicolas Ledoux, is completed.
- Putuo Zongcheng Temple of Chengde, Hebei province, China is completed.
- Thatched House Lodge in the (modern-day) London Borough of Richmond upon Thames is remodelled as a royal residence by John Soane.
- Second phase of building the new Stockholm Palace is completed by Carl Fredrik Adelcrantz.
- Façade of church of San Rocco, Venice, designed by Bernardino Maccarucci, completed.
- February 21 – Filippo Raguzzini, Italian architect (born 1690)
- April 29 – Francesco Bartolomeo Rastrelli, French-born Italian architect working in Saint Petersburg (born 1700)
- William Baker of Audlem, English architect (born 1705)
- Edmund Woolley, English-born American architect and master carpenter (born c.1695)
- "About the Assembly Rooms". National Trust. Retrieved 18 June 2018.