Heidelberg Town Hall
|Heidelberg Town Hall|
The civic building in Ivanhoe
|Alternative names||The Centre Ivanhoe|
|Town or city||Ivanhoe|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Peck & Kemter|
Opened in April 1937, the building was designed by architectural firm Peck & Kemter in association with A.C. Leith & Bartlett for the Heidelberg City Council (now Banyule City Council) and was influenced by the Hilversum Town Hall in the Netherlands. It listed on the Victorian Heritage Register, described as "the greatest and most eloquent expression of the interwar brick Moderne style in Victoria."
- "Heidelberg Town Hall, Victorian Heritage Register (VHR) Number H2077, Heritage Overlay HO77". Victorian Heritage Database. Heritage Victoria.