NOTES: This design, titled 'Pericles' by an unidentified architect, features a small 'temple' structure (intended to house the RIBA president) surmounting a column-shaped tower which is shown emerging from behind the eroded facade of the RIBA's existing headquarters building (designed by George Grey Wornum in 1934). The design also features a water cascade, swimming pool and bandstand.
NOTES: The Swiss Cottage Swimming Baths and Central Library opened in 1964 but the council chamber and administration buildings included in the original masterplan for Hampstead Civic Centre were abandoned in 1966 with the reorganization of local government in London.
NOTES: The Swiss Cottage Swimming Baths and Central Library were the only completed buildings of a scheme for a civic centre in Hampstead. These baths and Coventry Central Baths, designed by Coventry City Architects Department in 1966, were the only complexes of the period to be built with three pools.