Tuesday, 8 October 2019

Camperdown, University of Sydney, Anderson Stuart Building

The entrance to the Anderson Stuart Building, on the University of Sydney campus, in the inner city suburb of Camperdown. This heritage listed building was originally designed by James Barnet and built in 1884-90 in the Elizabethan Revival architectural style. Walter Liberty Vernon, Government Architect 1909-12 added north west and north east extensions. In 1922 the Professor of Architecture Leslie Wilkinson completed the north facade, inserting a pavilion between the earlier wings. Each addition has been designed to complement the earlier stages of the building. It houses the Faculty of Medicine.


  1. Bonjour,

    Une jolie architecture...

    Gros bisous 🌸

  2. Hello, beautiful entrance!Enjoy your day and have a happy week ahead!

  3. I love to visit colleges and universities when I travel. Stopping at the bookstores is one of my favourite activities. - Margy

  4. What a beautiful building! I don't know much about the Revival architectural style, but I am glad you're showing it here! Thank you much for linking it to All Seasons too:) Have a great rest of the week!


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