The year 1719 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.
Buildings and structures
- The Catholic parish church of St. John the Baptist, Stamsried, Bavaria, Germany.
- Chiesa di San Michele Arcangelo, Anacapri, Italy.
- St Mary's Church, Tarleton, England.
- St. Werburgh's Church, Dublin (Church of Ireland), designed by Colonel Thomas Burgh, Surveyor General of Ireland.
- Chapel and Hall, The Queen's College, Oxford, England.
- The house of William Trent, Trenton, New Jersey, United States.
- March 10 – Jean-Baptiste Alexandre Le Blond, French architect and garden designer who became the chief architect of Saint Petersburg (born 1679)
- November 22 – William Talman, English architect and landscape designer (born 1650)
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