1620s in architecture
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Buildings and structuresEdit
- 1619 – Børsen in Copenhagen, Denmark designed by Lorentz and Hans van Steenwinckel the Younger, is begun (completed 1640)
- 1616–1621 – Church of St-Gervais-et-St-Protais, Paris, designed by Salomon de Brosse, is built.
- 1621 – Prince's Lodging at Newmarket, Suffolk, England, designed by Inigo Jones, completed.
- 1622–1628 – The Tomb of I'timād-ud-Daulah in Agra, India, is built.
- 1622 – The Banqueting House, Whitehall, London, is opened with a performance of Ben Jonson's The Masque of Augurs designed by the building's architect, Inigo Jones.
- 1623 – New Temple de Charenton-le-Pont, France, designed by Salomon de Brosse and Jean Thiriot, is built.
- 1624 – St John's College Old Library, Cambridge, building is completed.
- 1624–1626 – Façade of Santa Maria della Vittoria, Rome, designed by Giovanni Battista Soria, is built.
- 1623–1627 – Queen's Chapel at St James's Palace in London, designed by Inigo Jones, is built.
- 1615–1625 – Luxembourg Palace, Paris, designed by Salomon de Brosse, is built.
- c. 1625/26 – Coymans house, Keizersgracht, Amsterdam, designed by Jacob van Campen.
- 1626 – Rebuilding of Beopjusa Palsangjeon in Korea is completed.
- 1629 – Simtokha Dzong (castle-monastery) in Bhutan.
- 1620 – Bontadino de Bontadini, Bolognese-born hydraulic engineer, architect, mathematician and woodcarver, murdered
- 1626: December 9 – Salomon de Brosse, French architect (born 1571)
- 1627: July 17 – Lieven de Key, Dutch architect (born 1560)
- 1629: January 30 – Carlo Maderno, Ticinese-born architect (born 1556)