Hypercollection Will Outfit Your Open Workspace

Egli Studio, working in collaboration with Matthieu Girel, designed a collection of furnishings for open workspaces. Hypercollection offers slight visual separation without being closed off allowing each piece to adapt to different configurations and uses. With clean lines and a black and white color palette, the collections is optimal for any office-type situation or even at home.

Hyper_Shelf is a modular shelving system that not only provides storage, it can be used as a room divider. Its stainless steel structure zigzags to support each shelf in place.

Hyper_Lamp hangs suspended over a table emitting a diffused, warm light. A cooling rail helps disguise its LED COB light sources, which can be adjusted up and down to changed the intensity of the light.

Hyper_Table Lamp features two axis that allow the lamp to maneuver around like a crane. Its shade can be adjusted to offer direct or indirect light.

Easy to move, the Hyper_Low Table can be used casually for meeting a co-worker to discuss a project or to have coffee around. Its metal structure uses the same type of base as the shelf above.

The Hyper_Sofa is a chair that can be used individually, back-to-back, or in a row for various seating options. The cushions can be removed in order to stack the chairs for more room.

The Hyper_Wardrobe is a complementary piece to the shelf but has a rack above to hang coats, in addition to its shelves.

Photos by Julien Roux & Younès Klouche.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.