EOP Architects 201 West Short St | Ste 700 Lexington Kentucky 40507 859 231 7538 322 East Main St Louisville Kentucky 40202 502 805 0311 www.eopa.com Â© 2017 EOP Architects. All rights reserved.
About EOP Architects With offices in Lexington and Louisville, Kentucky, EOP Architects has designed projects throughout the United States as well as China. Rick Ekhoff and Paul Ochenkoski
fostered our success and defined our
founded the firm in 1981; Richard
reputation for outstanding design. The
Polk joined shortly afterwards and
firm has received numerous regional
accepted partnership in 1989.
and national design awards, and
Together, the three established
earned the Firm of the Year award
a cultural foundation and core
from the AIA Kentucky in 2010.
philosophy focused on design and technical excellence. In 2006, the
Project types include hospitality,
partnership was expanded to include
mixed-use, recreation and fitness,
architect Brent Bruner and interior
workplace, educational, research,
designer Chris Estes.
health care, residential and retail.
Firm Founded in Lexington
Clientele includes both the public These valuesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;combined with
and private sector ranging from
client diversification, an unwavering
federal, state and local government
commitment to client service and a
institutions to Fortune 500
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corporations and private developers.
Repeat Client Business
It’s about what’s on the inside EOP has a passion for design excellence. A passion that informs everything we do. From the workplace to retail outlets, academic and civic buildings to entertainment and cultural venues, luxury lofts to private homes. Design excellence improves mood and behavior. It affects customers’ experiences, daily activities at home and productivity in the workplace. It emphasizes planning, functional design and effective use of space for living, learning, working and playing.
First impressions matter Whether you have business partners, clients or customers walking through your doors, a professional interior design influences their opinion of your company. A lack of design may reflect a lack of character or personality. Poor design never creates a positive undertone about a business.
Affordable, efficient sustainable elements Some projects will pursue LEED certification; others will not. Regardless, we make it a priority for each project to integrate sustainable and energyefficient solutions. Energy costs are sti ll on the rise; we can help you capitalize on all opportunities for energy and cost savings. EOP led the sustainable design effort with the first LEED-certified building in Kentucky, Lincoln Hall (left) at Berea College.
We work closely with you to create innovative environments Creating the right environment starts by listening to your desires, recognizing project challenges and distilling those ideas into innovative solutions.
Building Information Modeling addresses issues early before they are problems in the field 16
Our visualization techniques walk you through your space
Renderings at left Photography at right
Adaptive reuse recycles space
Placement and space use Space is an important commodity in your building. It can create a comfortable, cramped or cavernous atmosphere. Too much can leave visitors feeling lost or overwhelmed. Too little, they may leave.
All space can encourage collaboration and community
Formal spaces can elevate function
Enhanced workflow; increased productivity Good interior design can actually improve your employeesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; ability to produce and help attract and retain the right employees. The bottom line is being highly functional, effective and relevant.
The details are not the details. They make the design. Charles Eames
For more information, contact: Rick Ekhoff, AIA, LEED AP firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul Ochenkoski, AIA email@example.com
Richard Polk Jr., AIA, LEED AP firstname.lastname@example.org
Brent Bruner, AIA, LEED AP email@example.com
Chris Estes, CID, LEED AP firstname.lastname@example.org
EOP Architects 201 West Short St | Ste 700 Lexington Kentucky 40507 ph: 859 231 7538 322 East Main St Louisville Kentucky 40202 ph: 502 805 0311