MOTR owner and founder Jack Ehrbar rebuilt his first computer at seven, specifically an IBM AT from 1981 that was a hand-me-down from his dad's job at Fortune Magazine. Thirty-three years later, he runs Millions of Tiny Robots, an award winning computer animation firm in Old Fourth Ward, Atlanta. "We work in the toy department and we love it," says Ehrbar. Atlanta is quickly becoming known as the Hollywood of the south, and Ehrbar's Krog Street studio is at the heart of it. From print ads to virtual reality to studio animations, the company covers a width breadth of creativity, with Daniel Dennett's concept at its core, "we have a soul, but it’s made of lots of tiny robots." Our firm opened up the walls to allow for better collaboration and give an open lofty feel that worked perfectly with the 30 foot ceilings. The biggest challenge was artfully grouping the collection. A few key pieces include a large painting by Tommy Taylor, a local Atlanta artist, and a pair of vintage sofas by Edward Ferrell Lewis Mittman with original upholstery.