Architect Fritz Haller in the 1960s developed a system of furniture as if it were a work of architecture. Tubes connected to each other by means of spherical bodies, give scope for shelves, panels, drawers, doors and tables. The area is the central element of the entire system, docking tubes to form a frame bearing and very resistant. Its great versatility allows compositions for various spaces of an Office and also for the household. USM has a very wide range of colors and components being present in emblematic spaces around the world, such as the MoMa in New York.