1851 in architecture
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The year 1851 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.
- February 5 - Saint Thomas Episcopal Church and Rectory, Smithfield, Rhode Island, USA, designed by Thomas Alexander Tefft.
- May 1
- May 31 - Madonna dell'Archetto, Rome Italy.
- July 25 - Holy Trinity Church, Bangalore, India.
- October 1 - Alabama State Capitol, Montgomery, Alabama.
- Osborne House on the Isle of Wight, England, designed by Prince Albert in consultation with builder Thomas Cubitt.
- Dock Tower in Grimsby, England.
- De Wachter, Zuidlaren, Netherlands.
- Wat San Chao Chet, Bangkok, Thailand.
- Stone Bastei Bridge, Saxony.
- St. Stephen's Basilica in Budapest, Hungary, designed by Miklós Ybl.
- Muhammad Amin Khan Madrasa in Khiva, Uzbekistan.
- Hurstpierpoint College in England, designed by Richard Cromwell Carpenter.
- Gottfried Semper - The Four Elements of Architecture, part 1
- Edmund Sharpe - The Seven Periods of English Architecture.
- Royal Gold Medal - Thomas Leverton Donaldson.
- Grand Prix de Rome, architecture - Gabriel-Auguste Ancelet.
- March 10 - Heinrich Wenck, Danish architect (died 1936)
- March 26 - John Eisenmann, Cleveland-based US architect (died 1924)
- June 29 - (Edmund) Peter Paul Pugin, English architect, son of Augustus Welby Pugin and half-brother of Edward Welby Pugin (died 1904)
- October 13 - Samuel Beazley, British theatre architect and writer (born 1786)
- November 18 - Jacob Ephraim Polzin, German Neoclassical architect (born 1778)
- "The History of Smithfield". History of the State of Rhode Island, with illustrations. Philadelphia: Hong, Wade & Co. 1878. pp. 306–311.
- Nazzaro, Pellegrino (2000). "The Italian Years". Constantino Brumidi: Artist of the Capitol (PDF). Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office. p. 21.
- "Churchill prayed here", Bangalore Mirror.[permanent dead link]
- Struthers, Jane (2004). Royal Palaces of Britain. London: New Holland Publishers (UK) Ltd. ISBN 1-84330-733-2.
- "Pugin", The Dictionary of Scottish Architects.
- "Beazley, Samuel". Dictionary of National Biography. London: Smith, Elder & Co. 1885–1900.