Bringing living plants into the concrete jungle

USM Haller modular furniture is made from powder-coated metal panels in a variety of colours, the ‘World of Plants’ option includes pot cut-outs, pots, and watering sets for the home or office.

For over 50 years, the USM Haller modular furniture system has been synonymous worldwide with timeless, sustainable design for workspaces and living areas.

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The gleaming metal ball connector has maximised all potential uses of this long-lasting design classic, offering boundless creativity and individuality. USM‘s Haller modular furniture system was launched onto the market in 1965 and since then has become a world-wide design classic in the furnishings sector. The product‘s artistic character was honoured by its acceptance into the Design Collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMa) in New York (USA) at the end of 2001.

USM Modular Furniture products function worldwide both in the public as well as private environments; from a small office to a large public library. The function of a location consistently influences the furnishings. USM furniture systems are as multifaceted in terms of application as they are unique in terms of expression.

Available Australia-wide but with showrooms in both Sydney and Melbourne.

Images by USM via ArchDaily






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