Haller Media O2

USM Modular Furniture

The HALLER MEDIA series comes in six popular arrangements for quick delivery, but is also infinitely customizable: powder coated steel panels in a wide assortment of colours can be used monolithically or combined with glass or perforated panels, drawers, shelves, and more. Designed by Paul Schaerer and architect Fritz Haller, this unique and patented modular furniture system has made USM a design icon for over 50 years. Future-proof modularity means you can reconfigure or augment your piece at any time, to meet your changing needs and design goals. Create your own configuration at usm.com or talk to one of our experts.

Fritz Haller

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Chromed Tubes and Ball Connectors Powder Coated Steel in Various Colours
152.4cm W x 38.1cm D x 58.42cm H
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Design Story

Fritz Haller

Fritz Haller

Although best known today for the USM furniture system, Fritz Haller always considered himself principally as an architect. Born in Solothurn, Switzerland in 1924, Fritz Haller trained as first a draughtsman and subsequently an architect. A great influence on his approach to architecture came from year he spent in Rotterdam where he worked with Willem van Tijen and Berend Bakema, two of the most important representatives of post war modernism. Fritz Haller largely planned larger scale buildings such as schools, office buildings and industrial facilities - all characterised by a functionalism accent and a tendency to systematisation. His most famous work, the USM Haller furniture, was created in 1963. And almost by accident. Having been commissioned in 1961 to build a new office pavilion for USM, Fritz Haller then also created the office furniture. Fritz Haller died in October 2012 in Solothurn.


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