Haller Nightstand P1

  • Base:Chrome-plated Steel Tubes and Ball Connectors
  • Surface:Powdercoated Steel Panel in Various Colors
  • Dimensions:53.34cm L x 38.1cm W x 58.42cm H

Available Upholstery

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  • Brand:USM Modular Furniture
  • Designer:Fritz Haller & Paul Schaerer
  • Production:Made to Order
  • Customizable Finish:Available
  • Customizable Size:Available
  • Customizable Upholstery:N/A
  • Sustainable Certificates:Green Guard, Cradle to Cradle Certified
Brand Highlight

USM Modular Furniture

With USM Haller, there are no limits to your creativity – either at home or in the office. Each person and environment has its own needs and USM offers you the possibility to customize endless furnishing solutions to suit – whether you’re creating a productive environment for a young workforce, or trying to keep pace with a growing family in an urban space. The flexible nature of the system ensures that the furniture adapts to life with you.

Designer Highlight

Fritz Haller & Paul Schaerer

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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