NOTES: Snape Maltings was built in the mid-19th century and converted into a concert hall by Arup Associates in the 1960s. The hall was destroyed by fire in 1969 and rebuilt to the same design the following year.
SOURCE: Londina illustrata (London, 1819), part 1, pl. 99 NOTES: The house, built around 1600, consisted originally of four storeys. By 1787 it had become a public house and was demolished in 1890. A portion of the facade is preserved in the Victoria & Albert Museum.
NOTES: Built in 1769-72 by James Wyatt, the Pantheon - a popular entertainment building - stood on Oxford Street, London. It was disassembled in 1938 and the stones of the facade numbered for re-use in Edward James' house in West Dean, as designed by Nicholson. The scheme was never executed however.