Evere Town Hall

EVE03 Evere Town Hall
Name Evere Town Hall
Address Square Servaes Hoedemaekers 10
Commune Evere
Style(s)
  • Modernism
  • Streamline


Year 1938
Architect(s)
  • Rousseau Robert

Monumental building in the Modernist-Paquebot style, built in 1938/39 by young architect Robert Rousseau, just graduated from the Institut St-Luc in Brussels.

Imposing facade pierced by multiple high windows, and flanked by a 22m high belfry bearing the traditional clock.

The main entrance at the top of a wide staircase show a very typical bas-relief by artist Rudi De Raedt, showing the building inauguration date.

Two other interesting bas-reliefs can be seen on the side fa├žade, representing brick makers for one and witloof (chicory-endive) planters for the other.

EVE03 - Unless otherwise stated © Admirable-facades-Brussels for all photos

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