Arkansas-based Evo Business Environments is leading the way in redesigning the workplace.
Evo contacted me early in 2018 to photograph a series of their recent projects. I photographed Arkansas Automatic Sprinklers back in April. You can see that blog post here. I was first introduced to the Evo's work when I photographed the Little Rock Tech Park in 2017. You can see that blog post here.
Earlier this summer, Evo asked me to photograph Cromwell Architects Engineers after they moved into their new home located in Little Rock's East Village. The building, built in 1947, was the home of Sterling Paint and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The building is an intact example of a post-war commercial and industrial building and is the only industrial building designed by Burks and Anderson, prominent Arkansas architects.
The president's office was hands down my favorite space with its warm tones accented with mid-century modern furnishings. During the renovation, they kept the wood panel walls. The rest of the space is just as impressive. The whole workspace is filled with natural light and open work spaces. Evo opted for a classic black and white palatte with pops of Cromwell brand orange.