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USM Inos Box Set C4 for USM Haller Shelves
USM Haller Metal Divider Shelf for USM Haller Shelves
USM Castor for USM Haller System
USM Inos Filing Frame for USM Haller Extension Shelf
USM Haller Cable Grid for USM Haller Table
USM Haller Glass Divider Shelf for USM Haller Shelves
USM Bookend Magnetic for USM Haller Shelves
USM Cable Duct for USM Haller Table
USM Lamp Peg for USM Haller Table
USM Cable Guide for USM Haller Table Leg
USM Reinforcing Profile for USM Haller Panels
USM Cable Cut-Out for USM Haller Shelves
USM Metal Box Insert for USM Haller Extension Door
USM Metal Waste Basket
USM Anchoring Set for USM Haller Shelves
USM USB Adapter with Cable for USM Haller Table
USM Cable Guide for USM Haller Shelves
USM Haller e-Light
USM CPU Holder for USM Haller Table
USM Privacy Panels Acoustic Wall
USM Multiplug DE for USM Haller Table
USM Privacy Panels Table Screen
USM Privacy Panels Acoustic Corner
USM Anti-slip Coasters for USM Haller Table Legs (Set of 4)
USM Privacy Panels Acoustic Wall Extension
USM Adjustable glide (small) for USM Haller Shelves (Set of 4)
USM Flat Screen Support Arm for USM Haller Table
USM Flat Screen Swing Arm for USM Haller Table
USM Haller Hanging Rail
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USM Kitos E High Table

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In 1885, Ulrich Schärer founded an ironworks and locksmith's workshop in Münsingen near Bern, Switzerland - the first step towards the international design company USM. In 1961, Paul Schärer joined the company and commissioned local architect Fritz Haller to build new factory and administrative buildings: a commission which resulted in the formation of the modular furniture system USM Haller in 1963. Initially intended only for the administrative building in Münsingen, in 1969, the USM Haller furniture entered series production and the marketing and distribution of the furniture system began - something accompanied by the first large commission, the furniture of the Rothschild bank in Paris. In 1975, USM & Schärer Söhne GmbH was founded in Bühl, Germany, where today the 4th generation of Schärers lead the company in the person of Alexander Schärer. The USM Haller modular furniture system entered the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 2001. Today, USM has showrooms all over the world, including Tokyo, London, Paris, and Hamburg.

Fritz Haller