1772 in architecture
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The year 1772 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.
- January 27 – The Pantheon, London, designed by James Wyatt, opens to the public (demolished 1937).
- Adelphi Buildings, London, designed by Robert Adam and his brothers.
- Basilica of the Fourteen Holy Helpers (Basilika Vierzehnheiligen) in Bavaria.
- Cathedral of Hajdúdorog, Hungary.
- Dragon House (Sanssouci) in Potsdam, by command of King Frederick the Great.
- Old Stone Fort (Schoharie, New York), built as a Reformed Dutch church.
- Brick Market, Newport, Rhode Island, designed by Peter Harrison (begun 1762).
- February 16 – Friedrich Gilly, German architect, son of David Gilly (died 1800)
- June 8 – Robert Stevenson, Scottish lighthouse engineer (died 1850)
- John Foulston, English architect working in Plymouth (died 1841)
- March 10 – Martin Schmid, Swiss Jesuit missionary, architect and musician (born 1694)
- March 21 – Alexander Kokorinov, Russian architect and teacher (born 1726)
- October 19 – Andrea Belli, Maltese architect and businessman (born 1703)
- "The Pantheon | Survey of London: volumes 31 and 32 (pp. 268-283)". British-history.ac.uk. 1938-10-28. Retrieved 2012-11-22.
- Sz. Kürti, Katalin (1989). Hajdúdorog, Görög Katolikus Székesegyház; a Tájak Korok Múzeumok Kiskönyvtára c. sorozat 329. száma. Veszprém: TKM Egyesület. ISBN 963-555-604-7, p. 4–5.