Beautifully realised, the Haller M62 is constructed from the Swiss designer’s much-celebrated modular storage system. First introduced in 1963, the system relies upon a series of metal tubes and connectors, and features the ingenious USM Haller Ball at its core, which symbolises the limitless potential of the line.
This iteration of the unit features a pair of generously proportioned storage hubs, one concealed and the other covered by a drop down cupboard door. The characterful colour options ensure that there’s an option well-suited to an infinite amount of settings and environments, with the timeless nature of the piece guaranteeing that it will be a favourite for time to come.
Fritz Haller, one of the most influential Swiss architects of the 20th-century was famed for his innovative and systematic approach to industrial construction.
Born in Solothurn, Switzerland in 1924, Fritz Haller’s work spans from the construction of residential and office buildings to large-scale industrial warehouses and furniture. His body of work, including the modular building block and installation systems of USM, is highly acclaimed and internationally renowned.