1809 in architecture
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The year 1809 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.
- Gordon House, Chelsea, London, England, designed by Thomas Leverton for Colonel James Willoughby Gordon.
- Nelson's Column, Montreal, Canada, designed and built by Coade & Sealy of London.
- Nelson's Pillar, Dublin, Ireland, design by William Wilkins amended by Francis Johnston, opened.
- Armagh Courthouse, Ireland, designed by William Wilkins, completed.
- Portsmouth Academy building, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States, designed by James Nutter.
- Second Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, London, designed by Robert Smirke, opened.
- Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: André Chatillon.
- February 15 – Owen Jones, Welsh architect and designer (died 1874)
- March 29 – Georges-Eugène Haussmann, French town planner (died 1891)
- October 31 – Edmund Sharpe, English architect and architectural historian (died 1877)
- November 26 – Thomas Talbot Bury, English architect and lithographer (died 1877)
- Middleton, Christopher (2012-04-23). "The Royal Hospital Chelsea up for sale". The Daily Telegraph. London.
- Bosworth, Newton (1839). Hochelaga depicta: the early history and present state of the city and island of Montreal.
- Clouse, Doug (2009). The Handy Book of Artistic Printing: Collection of Letterpress Examples with Specimens of Type, Ornament, Corner Fills, Borders, Twisters, Wrinklers, and other Freaks of Fancy. Princeton Architectural Press.