USM Modular Furniture

USM Haller Logo

In 1965, USM's Haller modular furniture system was the first of USM's modular furniture systems to be launched onto the market. It was initially developed by Paul Schärer Jr., an engineering graduate of the ETH of Zurich, together with Fritz Haller, an architect based in Solothurn (CH), to meet USM's own requirements in the offices of its newly constructed production facility in Münsingen. It is based on an open system principle - able to be modified in almost any way desired, it provides a great deal of adaptability to individual needs for organisation and design at both the office and in a home environment. Innerform displays a range of USM display pieces and is fully trained to design units to meet your individual needs.

USM Sideboard Black

USM Sideboard Black


A modular sideboard two rows high by three columns wide. Two drop-down doors on the second row and three extension drawers on the bottom row.