Monday 24 November 2014

Camperdown, University of Sydney, Badham Building

The Badham Building is located along Science Road on the University of Sydney campus, in the inner city suburb of Camperdown. This first purpose-built science laboratory was designed by James Barnet with Professor of Physics, Richard Threlfall. It was altered by Professor Leslie Wilkinson in 1940 with his interpretation of Italianate architectural style to create a Mediterranean style of architecture along Science Road.


  1. Very pleasant architecture. It looks inviting yet distinguished.

  2. I have a few memories of Badham. It looks far more sparkling than in my university days.

  3. Interesting building! The sky is such an incredible blue - Beautiful!
    Have a great day!

  4. Beautiful building and blue sky...
    happy blue monday

  5. Hi Jim,

    Your sky is so intense; I love it! This is a beautiful building. It looks castle-like. Thanks for making Blue Monday special.

    Happy Blue Monday!

  6. Hi Jim,
    I love the intensive blue sky and the building is very isteresting!
    Have a nice week

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