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SOURCE: Building News, vol. 81, 1901 Aug. 16, p. 226-227
SOURCE: Building News, vol. 70, 1896 Jan. 31, p. 185
SOURCE: Building News, vol. 81, 1901 Dec. 20, p. 853 NOTES: The design for these baths was selected by competition. They contained Turkish Baths, the first to be built in any public bath in London.
SOURCE: Builder, vol. 53, 1887 Dec. 10, p. 808 NOTES; The building no longer exists.
NOTES: These public baths were part of a group of civic buildings, which included a fire station, police station and sessions court.
NOTES: This is an earth-sheltered building.
NOTES: Charles Fox, a pupil of Louis de Soissons, was commissioned in 1930 to re-design Lansdowne House, designed by Robert Adam in 1762-68, for use as a private club. He remodelled the mansion to incorporate social rooms and a sports area, including a swimming pool, squash courts, fencing Salle, cafÃ© and bar in the basement. Sir Charles Allom, whose firm Allom, White was responsible for the fitting out of the great Cunard liners Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth, was commissioned to decorate the Club in the 'Arte Moderne' style. It opened as a club on 1st May 1935.
NOTES: This purpose-built school was erected on the site of Rickmansworth Park house, which was demolished in 1926. The design for the new boarding and day school was put out to tender in an architectural competition. It was won by J L Denman, a Freemason himself, whose design incorporated Masonic symbolism, most noticeably in the semi-circle of eight houses, each of which having an H formation.