- Conversion of the Pantheon, Oxford Street into a bazaar (1833-34)
- New blocks, and dome and portico to the central block, Bethlehem Royal Hospital (or "Bedlam"; now the Imperial War Museum) (1835-46)
- 5 Paper Buildings, Inner Temple, Inns of Court, London
- The British Museum Reading Room (1854-57)
- The (old) Conservative Club, with George Basevi (1854; eight views)
- Exhibition galleries (1866-70), and new storey and Keeper's House (1872-4) for the Royal Academy
- The Oxford and Cambridge University Club
- The restoration of Temple Church, the Inns of Court, London (with James Savage and Decimus Burton)
- Buildings at Brookwood Cemetery
- Restoration of the Queen's Chapel of the Savoy, Savoy Hill, London
[Works by Sir Robert Smirke. Sydney's brother and occasional collaborator]
"Reading Room." British Museum site. Viewed 12 January 2008.
Reidy, Denis V. "Smirke, Sydney (1798-1877)." Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Online ed. Viewed 12 January 2008.
Weinreb, Ben and Christopher Hibbert, eds. The London Encyclopaedia. London: Macmillan, rev. ed. 1992.
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