Square Feet


FEB 2017

PatientPoint wanted a space that felt industrial and high-tech when moving into the Kenwood Collection office space, originally marked for retail use. The new open design and collaborative work spaces have changed the feeling of working for the growing technology company for the better. A growing amount of collaborative work and the need for more areas to fulfill team spaces, wanting to attract and retain talent, building their brand and using their space as a tool, along with designing for their work environment all contributed to what was needed in the end result of this project.

“With moving to such a distinct office space, LOTH was able to capture our vision of a fresh and modern appeal, for a seamless coordination of aesthetics in our new environment for our team members and guests to enjoy.

Gwen Kirles, Director, Financial Planning + Analysis, PatientPoint

Employee Involvement

Employee Engagement

Employee Involvement Was Key In Creating The New Space

All of the common area / collaborative spaces were chosen by the employees via a voting system. They chose a theme of inspirational and mythical places – some from movies and tv shows. This got the employees invested in their new space and created a positive energy.

“The client came during the bid process (and after) and was always very inspired by the showroom. We had great meetings using CET to show what their new space would look like and had a workshop here [LOTH] with their team to select furniture finishes.”

Laurel Gibson, Senior Interior Designer, LOTH, Inc.

CEO Quote

“You can’t come in here and not feel energized.

Mike Collette, CEO, PatientPoint*

*Referenced from Cincinnati Business Courier

Project Team

Andrea Berry
Account Executive
Laurel Gibson
Senior Interior Designer

Carissa Dunn
Sales Coordinator

5901 E. Galbraith Rd. Ste. R1000
Cincinnati, OH 45236
PatientPoint Contact
Kimbery Theiss
TDA Architects + Interiors
Kristin Kendrick, LEED GA
Construction Partner
Hunt Construction