EverGreene Painting Studios Inc., the New York-based architectural arts, decorative-finishes, and restoration studio, announced a name change to EverGreene Architectural Arts Inc. The company said the change is part of the launch of a new corporate identity that reflects the studio’s range of services.
Well known for interior restoration in landmarks such as the Plaza Hotel and the New Amsterdam Theater in New York, EverGreene also has contributed to projects as diverse as the New Museum for Contemporary Art, New York, and the Venetian Macau Resort Hotel. The changes also includes a new logo incorporating an in-progress design sketch of an acanthus leaf, and revised website located at www.evergreene.com.
The website offers guidance and case studies on planning and design, conservation and restoration, decorative painting and gilding, murals and other artwork, plaster and scagliola, painting and coatings, stone, wood and metal, and specialty contracting.
Founded in 1978, EverGreene has participated in award-winning, large-scale interior conservation, restoration, and new design work for public, religious, and commercial spaces worldwide. The studio is known for the design/creation and conservation/restoration of decorative paint schemes and specialty finishes, murals, and ornamental plaster. The company is headquartered in New York and operates a branch office in Chicago.