Organizations around the world have been forced to change the way they do business. Economic changes have caused downsized workforces, and value-conscious customers have created a new set of expectations. One of the biggest obstacles for an organization is the deep change required in the way knowledge is controlled and shared — changes that have the potential to alter relationships both within the company and with customers.

At LOTH, our experienced staff understands that longevity in today’s organizations centers around communication. Our team is dedicated to fostering your organizational success, helping you build an environment that promotes collaboration internally and with customers, builds a culture of trust and open communication, cultivates continuous improvement, builds a flexible innovation infrastructure, and prepares your organization for new skill sets.


Founder Focus: Storyteller, Ian Sanders

Ian Sanders and I were introduced in November 2012, in the lobby of a swanky London Hotel. A freelance journalist at the time, Ian was on assignment from The Financial Times to write a piece on female startup founders. At the time, I was the founder of a startup accelerator focused exclusively on investing in…

8 Ways to Increase Wellbeing at the Office

Though ergonomics and sustainability have long been influencing workplace design, wellbeing is the most recent consideration making headlines when planning your space. Wellbeing is a holistic design focusing on the user, aiming to encourage healthy living by providing wellness programs, social interaction and supporting cognitive activities. Why Wellbeing? Healthy living is encouraged because it has been shown…

How to Plan Your Office for Growth

You’ve just signed the lease on an office space that fits you your four employees. Congrats! But have you thought about what will you do when your business grows? Will your office furniture grow with you? Will you have the room you need to expand? Don’t get stuck losing time and money to a costly remodel.…

Corporate Sustainability Information


Designing For Sustainability

We believe the only way to provide the best office furniture solutions is to ensure they’re the best products for the environment. That’s why every step of the way – through design, manufacturing, delivery and product lifecycle – we consider the impact of our work on people and on the environment and uncover opportunities to make things better.


Turning Insights Into Action

We concentrate our efforts on understanding the life cycle impacts of our products – from materials extraction, production, transport, use and reuse, through the end of life. These efforts continue to yield deep insights that influence every facet of our operation.

We contribute to the growing body of research around social impact life cycle assessments. We also bridge research with practical realities, creating actionable practices and standards.


Closing The Loop

Good design and choosing the right materials can ensure a product will be desirable and have a long life. It also can ensure the product can be recycled. Our products are designed for easy disassembly, allowing pieces to be separated easily and quickly for replacement or recycling.

Our products are built to last; sometimes they outlast customer needs. Therefore, we offer multiple programs to extend a product’s lifespan through reuse and recycling, refurbishing and donating. These end of use services keep furniture out of landfills, provide non-profit organizations with needed resources and help customers meet their sustainability goals.


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