USM Haller has been moving in the paradigm of the best Swiss design for almost fifty years, with an unusual ability to be true to itself without stopping research. So much so that it has been involved in almost all areas of living, from residential to professional. The brand's latest design adventure concerns the presence of indoor greenery. The relationship with nature is certainly one of the ingredients for a balanced and peaceful life. And it is no coincidence that design has already extensively dealt with objects that are used to house plants and flowers in homes, given that on average we spend between 80% and 90% of our time indoors. USM has taken a step further, integrating in its catalog of containers, shelving and dividers the accessories useful for transforming potted plants into a functional component of the project. The new modules have been designed for the home and office and, of course, for the infinite hybridizations we are getting used to. One of the most urgent needs is to divide the spaces into functional islands. The new USM system allows you to do this by organizing green walls of different heights and depths. The plus is that the new components do not neglect the well-being of the plants, but put a harmonious and functional integration of small indoor natural spaces at the center of the project. The usual modularity allows you to build structures made of containers, shelves, compartments intended to house the pots and watering sets. The new components can be added to existing configurations or to create from scratch islands of green that rationalize the space, creating more pleasant and soothing environments. The new panels are offered in the 14 USM colors and in five different sizes, for decorative layouts or to build three-dimensional graphic patterns. The vases, on the other hand, offered for simplicity in a single size, are available in basalt and terracotta colors.