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USM

USM Haller Credenza, Closed Storage

C$ 4,255.00
3.4 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100133742
New colors
USM

USM Haller Credenza, Closed Storage

C$ 4,255.00
Anthracite
Beige
Black
Golden Yellow
Green
Steel Blue
White
Gentian Blue
Available to ship in:
  • Built to last.
  • Chromed steel frame.
  • Powder-coated steel panels.
  • 29" H 60" W 15" D
Detailed Dimensions

Shipping Options

  • In-Home Delivery

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Lifetime limited warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
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USM Haller Credenza, Closed Storage
C$ 4,255.00

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Details

Details

The USM Haller Collection, including the the USM Haller Open Storage Credenza, (1961), is crafted with precision. Designed by Fritz Haller and Paul Schaerer, the modular furniture collection is constructed of steel and built to last for generations. Pieces bought 50 years ago can be paired with those purchased today, and you can continue to add others as needs change. The Open Storage Credenza has two drop-down doors that lock with the twist of a coin. Made in Switzerland.
  • Built to last.
  • Chromed steel frame.
  • Powder-coated steel panels.
Brand
USM
Collection
USM Haller Collection
General Dimensions
  • 29" H 60" W 15" D
Product Weight
162 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
Lifetime limited warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Open

Open

  • Height (in): 29
  • Width (in): 60
  • Depth (in): 15
  • Weight (lbs): 92.5
  • Weight Capacity (lbs): 110
Closed

Closed

  • Height (in): 29
  • Width (in): 60
  • Depth (in): 15
  • Weight (lbs): 162
  • Chromed steel frame
  • Powder-coated steel panels
  • Leveling floor glides

Fritz Haller And Paul Schaerer

Originally a Swiss hardware and lock business, USM was founded in 1885 by Ulrich Schaerer. In 1961, his grandson, Paul Schaerer, hired architect Fritz Haller to build a new factory and office space, which led to a series of modular furniture designed to adapt and expand as home and office needs changed. Now included in MoMA’s permanent collection, the USM Haller is an icon of modern design.

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