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Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects

Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects

Culver City, CA

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Moose Toys

Moose Toys is an Australian-owned company with offices in Melbourne (HQ), Hong Kong, London, and Los Angeles noted for many adored children’s toys including Shopkins.

EYRC Architects designed the interiors for Moose Toys’ Los Angeles office which is spread amongst three floors with most staff working in an open office layout and some in private offices. It was important to Moose to locate private offices at the core of the building, allowing open offices and public meeting areas to work adjacent to the exterior glazing. Not only does this help reflect the ideologies of Moose Toys which promotes health and well-being and most importantly creativity, but it also allowed natural lighting to reach most areas of the building. Keeping Moose’s ideologies in mind, the EYRC team designed the main entrance to the office with a playful, “WOW” factor that helped anyone entering the space identify the colors with Moose Toys company identity. 

Relocating to a new office building allowed the almost 60 employees to congregate in approximately 16,000 sf of floor area dispersed into three floor levels. One level is solely dedicated to Showroom area which will be used to display toys to private vendors and will have flexibility as the space will conform to toys on display. 

EYRC used virtual reality during the short design time to help the clients understand the space and design intent quickly and explore various iterations. 

 
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Status: Built
Location: El Segundo, CA, US
Firm Role: Architect
Additional Credits: Owner: Moose Toys
Contractor: Snyder Langston

 
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Photo Credit: Paul Vu
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Photo Credit: Paul Vu
Photo Credit: Paul Vu
Photo Credit: Paul Vu