Swiss engineer Paul Schärer and architect Fritz Haller set out to create a flexible shelving and storage system based on modular architectural structures - USM Haller furniture collection. It comprises just three elements: a metal panel, chrome steel tubes and a chrome-plated brass ball joint that connects them. These elements provide the supporting structure and the exterior envelope for the components and materials contained inside the modular units.
USM HALLER SHELVING This Swiss-made modular furniture uses a chrome-plated bass ball joint as its basic module. The balls connect chromed-steel tubes to form the frames in which metal panels and internal organizational components are mounted. The system can be added to in any direction, taken apart and reconfigured. #USM