Moxy Downtown Los Angeles
Moxy Down Town Los Angeles
Yabu Pushelberg designed Moxy Hotel Los Angeles through the eyes of a desert nomad embarking on her adventurous life and the unique discoveries she makes along her journey. This point of view crafts a world that champions bold choices and is inspired by the freedom of personal expression. Drawing on the playful spirit of Moxy Hotels, the resulting design creates a venue for guests to indulge in a state of mind that supports curiosity and engages adventure.
Inspired in part by Easy Rider, the cult 1969 film that elevated the counterculture and celebrated the great American road trip, Moxy DTLA’s interiors are sexy, irreverent, and even a bit reckless. In designing the hotel’s custom furniture, artwork, and other details, Yabu Pushelberg departed from the typical SoCal formula of palm trees and sunsets, opting instead for references to biker culture, desert reptiles, and the gritty romance of the open road.