Stemming from USM's iconic Haller family of furniture, the T69 dining table is a character-rich and highly functional piece well-suited for a wide range of different types of room and environments.
Featuring a choice of hardwearing finishes, the T69 carries a utilitarian aesthetic befitting the industrial roots of its foundation, with the simple, uncomplicated visual identity of the piece remaining relevant decades on from its introduction.
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.