1814 in architecture
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The year 1814 in architecture involved some significant events.
- Craigellachie Bridge, Scotland, designed by Thomas Telford, is completed.
- Pont d'Iéna over the Seine in Paris, commissioned by Napoleon I of France in 1807, is completed.
- Iglesia de San Juan Bautista (Chiclana de la Frontera), Spain, designed in 1776 by Torcuato Cayón, is completed.
- St George's Church, Everton, England, designed by ironfounder John Cragg with Thomas Rickman, is consecrated.
- St George's Church, Charlotte Square, New Town, Edinburgh, Scotland, designed by Robert Reid, is completed.
- Middletown Alms House in Connecticut is completed.
- Narva Triumphal Arch in Saint Petersburg, Russia, designed by Giacomo Quarenghi, is built in wood; it is rebuilt in stone between 1827 and 1834.
- Saheb Ettabaâ Mosque in Tunis, construction led by Ben Sassi, is completed.
- Museum, Palace and St Stephan Catholic Church in Karlsruhe (Baden), designed by Friedrich Weinbrenner, are completed.
- Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Charles Henri Landon and Louis Destouches.
- January 27 - Eugène Viollet-le-Duc, French architect and architectural theorist (died 1879)
- February 10 - Harvey Lonsdale Elmes, English architect (died 1847)
- March 9 - James William Wild, English decorative architect to the Great Exhibition of 1851 (died 1892)
- April 16 - Miklós Ybl, Hungarian architect (died 1891)
- May 26 - Wilhelm Engerth, Austrian architect and engineer (died 1884)
- September 7 - William Butterfield, English ecclesiastical architect (died 1900)
- August 17 - John Johnson, English architect and Surveyor to the County of Essex (born 1732)
- December 19 - Giuseppe Venanzio Marvuglia, Italian architect (born 1729)
- date unknown - Giuseppe Pistocchi, Italian Neoclassical architect (born 1744)