The answer is no. You can put one on the front and only lose some of the rad mount space. Not the worst thing in the world, and you can do a 240mm in the top.
Putting it on top will have the rad blocking half of the CPU block - not the most attractive look, and making it very difficult to work with.
You will notice that the build you pictured has slim rads, which tends to be the go-to for good looking Evolv ATX builds. I know that you are doing thick rads for looks, but in the Evolv ATX it is couterproductive and tends to just look crowded.
Yeah....the little girl hentai avatar is really creeping me out....