(1) Height: 39 cm
(2) Length: 228 cm
(3) Depth: 38 cm
Ball centre to ball centre
(1) Height: 35 + 4 cm
(2) Length: 225 cm
(3) Depth: 35 cm
|Weight||34 kg (without any doors)|
|Material||Panels: Metal, powder coated
Structure: Steel, chrome plated
Ball: Brass, chrome plated
|Variants||Optionally available with drop-down doors or extension doors
Available in two depths
|Colour chart||Request a USM Haller Colour Fan|
|Functions & Properties||Lowboard can be extended in all directions
Inflammable class 1
|Care||Chrome plated, powder coated and glass elements should be cleaned with a damp, light cloth and subsequently dried.
Stubborn stains can be cleaned with glass cleaner or water mixed with ethanol in a ratio of 10:1
|Certificates||Inflammable class 1 (DIN 4102)
GREENGUARD - Indoor Air Quality
LEED "Green Directive""
|Product datasheet||Please click on picture for detailed information (ca. 1,6 MB).
Is it possible to incorporate new extension doors or drop-down doors to an existing USM Haller unit?
Since the USM Haller furniture system is a modular system retrofitting extension and drop-down doors is, in principle, not a problem. Drop-down doors can be fitted with the correct tools and a minimum of technical understanding. Extension doors require a little more knowledge and should only be fitted by trained USM technician.
Can I equip the USM lowboard with castors?
In principle yes. However, it should be noted that if the unit is fitted with extension doors additional counterweight must be added to minimize the risk of tipping.
The appropriate castors can be found at, USM Haller Accessories - Castors .
We recommend that you select lockable castors for the two front outer castors, the other 4 wheels without locking.
I'd like a lowboard with one additional compartment, I can order such via your shop?
In our shop we offer a selection of the most common USM Haller configurations. Naturally, we can also take your individual needs into account. Please contact our USM Service Team for a personal quote.
The history of the USM Haller sideboard starts at the beginning of the sixties when the USM manager Ulrich Schärer planned a restructuring of the company into a modern industrial enterprise. He commissioned the architect Fritz Haller to design new offices and production spaces, including the development of the interior. Fritz Haller's response was to develop the now world famous USM Haller modular furniture system. Although developed exclusively for the new office facilities in 1969 Rothschild Bank requested units for their Paris offices; an order which marks the beginning of the mass production of USM units and so the furniture system's global success story. What made and makes USM Haller so special today is its modular design: a design composed from just three basic elements: chrome plated steel tubes are connected via chromed brass balls to form a basic structure in which panels of either metal or glass are inserted. Through this system it is possible to customise and adapt the USM Haller furniture system to meet the different requirements and conditions of any given space. And convert it at a later date as required. The configurable USM Haller lowboard XL, for example, can be equipped with drop-down doors or extension doors.
All USM Haller component parts are produced at the company's Swiss headquarters in Münsingen. There the metal panels are powder coated in a modern, environmentally friendly process. In addition to the classic USM Haller white all USM units are also available in thirteen other standard colours. Components intended for the German market are transported from Münsingen to Bühl in Baden-Württemberg and there assembled by trained staff. In individual cases, and as required, partly assembled units are transported to the customers location and assembled there. In addition to being aesthetically pleasing and highly practical USM Haller shelving units are also a very sustainable product. On the one hand because only high quality - and so durable - materials are used in the production and on the other because USM furniture can be customised to meet changing demands: as such there is, in theory, no need not to ever discard a piece of USM furniture.
USM was founded in 1885 by Ulrich Schärer and can thus look back on a long history. Established as a locksmith and hardware store the company moved first into the production of window coverings during the 1920s and later the fabrication of sheet metal products and general metal processing. The most fundamental turning point in the company's history came with the development of the Haller shelving system in the early 1960s. The resulting USM Haller Sideboards and other furniture quickly establishing themselves as one of the most innovative systems in furniture history. In 1992 USM ceased all other activities to concentrate fully on the production of the Sysem USM Haller modular furniture. With the opening of new production sites in France and the United States during the 1990s, the inclusion of brass connector ball in the permanent the collection of MoMA New York and finally the establishment of a headquarters in Japan USM have underscored the universal appeal of their furniture system.
Although Fritz Haller was principally active as an architect, his most famous work is a piece of furniture design - the USM Haller furniture system. A furniture system that is however clearly rooted in Haller's architectural background. During his studies Haller developed a functionalist approach to architecture and later built numerous schools, office buildings and industrial facilities in Switzerland based on functionalist principles, including in 1961new office and production facilities for USM in Münsingen near Bern. As part of the contract with USM Haller also designed office furniture, office furniture that not only revolutionised furniture design, is universally acknowledged as a design classic and is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, but which also graces