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|1630s . 1640s in architecture . 1650s|
Buildings and structures
- The Taj Mahal in Agra, India, is under construction, probably by Ustad Ahmad Lahori, to a commission by Shah Jahan. The mosque and jawab in the complex are completed in 1643.
- 1645–1648 – Main structure of Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet, is built.
- 1647 – The Changdeokgung in Seoul, Korea, is reconstructed.
- 1648 – Buildings commissioned by Shah Jahan in India:
- 1642 – Giovanni Barbara, Maltese architect and military engineer (died 1728)
- c.1645 – William Winde, English gentleman architect (died 1722)
- 1645: December 27 – Giovanni Antonio Viscardi, Swiss baroque architect working in Bavaria (died 1713)
- 1646: April 16 – Jules Hardouin Mansart, French baroque architect (died 1708)
- 1647 – Henry Aldrich, English polymath and amateur architect (died 1710)
- 1648 – Pietro Perti, Ticinese architect and sculptor working in Lithuania (died 1714)
- "Lincoln's Inn Fields: Nos. 59 and 60 (Lindsey House)". Survey of London: volume 3: St Giles-in-the-Fields, pt I: Lincoln's Inn Fields (1912), pp. 96–103. Retrieved 2015-03-17.