USM Modular Furniture
Since its inception in 1965, USM modular furniture has stood for timeless design of the highest quality. From a few basic components the successful Swiss company has created individual items of furniture that are designed so that they grow with any changing needs.
About USM Modular Furniture
Since its inception in 1965, USM modular furniture has stood for timeless design of the highest quality. From a few basic components the successful Swiss company has created individual items of furniture that are designed so that they grow with any changing needs. Developed to be totally adaptive, the modular system allows for customised solutions which can be extended and varied at any time providing sufficient room for individual flexibility and creativity. Its unique structure is at once discrete and striking; it can both blend into a home providing functional, lasting storage, or be used to create elegant and classic furniture for an office space.
The modularity of the USM Haller system allows for infinite adaptations: from credenzas and chests of drawers to drinks trollies and planters. The addition of integrated lighting and electric elements in the new USM Haller E also enables USB charging points in media units or lit display cabinets.
The durable design and timeless style ensure that USM Haller lasts a lifetime, importantly pieces that were purchased more than 50 years ago can be added to with new pieces. That’s why it has been awarded the Cradle to Cradle certification. Its enduring design has even been recognised alongside other icons of interior industrial design in the permanent collection at the MoMA; Museum of Modern Art in New York.
City of LondonSector
Workspace, Hospitality, Education, Health, Residential, Public SectorCompany Type
+44 207 183 3470
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