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Usm Inos Box

Usm Haller

Sale priceDhs. 292.00 AED
Usm Inos Box
Usm Inos Box Sale priceDhs. 292.00 AED

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Client Testimonials

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mohammed omar

The ordering process for a customized USM cabinet was executed perfectly, with no delays in production, shipping, or delivery. The customer service was commendable, providing regular updates on the order's status. The pricing was satisfactory, encouraging future purchases and recommendations.



I strongly recommend to buy USM haller furniture from this store. I’m living in Abu Dhabi and didn’t even have to visit the store in Dubai, thanks to the kind staff who helped me from the beginning till the end. I am totally satisfied as I got what I exactly want to buy!


Ghalia Korban

Very professional to work with - ONE52 delivered my custom media console exactly on time, and service / installation team was also great.


Fritz Haller

Fritz Haller was a Swiss architect and researcher known for his minimalist, functionalist designs and innovative ideas. Born in 1924 in Solothurn, Switzerland, he made a significant contribution to architecture and furniture design throughout his career. Haller is best recognized for his USM Haller furniture system, which he developed in collaboration with Paul Schärer Jr.

The USM Haller system is hailed for its timeless design and modular construction, principles that reflect Haller's belief in flexibility and adaptability. Its grid-based design allows for endless configurations, making it a classic in the world of furniture design that remains relevant and widely used in homes, offices, and public spaces worldwide.

Beyond furniture, Fritz Haller's architectural contributions include designing school buildings, office spaces, and factories, where he applied his modular construction approach. His works embody the principle of "form follows function," emphasizing practicality and utility while still maintaining aesthetic appeal.

Haller's lasting impact on design and architecture extends beyond his lifetime, as his work continues to inspire and influence contemporary designers. He passed away in 2012, leaving behind a legacy of innovation and minimalistic design.