USM Haller Half File Credenza

Elevation and plan drawings of the USM Haller Half File Credenza with measurements for width, depth, and height

The USM Half File Credenza was designed by Fritz Haller and Paul Schaerer as a modular set of office furniture. This luxurious filing cabinet has two different compartments, with the top compartment door being a drop-down and the bottom door as a file drawer. Both drawers can be locked and unlocked with a twist of a coin. The exterior structure is made of chromed steel and holds the powder-coated steel panels together.

The USM Haller Half File Credenza has an overall height of 29.0” (74 cm), width of 31.0” (79 cm), and depth of 15.0” (38 cm).

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Height: 
29.0” | 74 cm
Width:
31.0” | 79 cm
Depth:
15.0” | 38 cm
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Materials:
Steel frame, powder-coated steel panels
Designer:
USM (Paul Schaerer & Fritz Haller)
Year:
1961

Properties

Drawings include:
USM Haller Half File Credenza front elevation, front (objects and person), side, plan

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A filing cabinet is a type of storage furniture meant for storing and categorizing important paper documents. Typical filing cabinets have two to four drawers each, and contain multiple file folders within that can be pulled out via a small handle on the exterior of the cabinet.