Two issues we actually like are espresso and crops. Okay, allow us to add a 3rd factor that we actually love: good, private and inexperienced interiors. For our sequence ‘A World of Vegetation for USM Haller’ we traveled this time to the German metropolis of Fulda and visited the artistic native Simon Zimmermann in his trendy house.
Simon Zimmermann shares fairly a couple of issues with us – his love for crops, a cool inside fashion and he’s completely captivated with espresso. We admit that his wonderful Flat White was alluring, however our actual cause for a go to to his Fulda condo was the plant sideboard by USM Haller – his newest addition to his lounge space. Yet one more nice instance on the way to mix crops with the timeless USM design – you may keep in mind our different house tales for our sequence ‘A World of Vegetation for USM Haller’ with a planty house workplace in Berlin, a brilliant hallway within the south of France and a classic impressed house in Berlin.
Simon mixes effortlessly iconic design items with artwork. colourful kilim rugs and crops. And USM Haller has been part of his life for a very long time – the new plant sideboard was a brand new addition from the Swiss design model. Simon rigorously thought-about the design and colour and went for a low sideboard with three components within the mid gray tone. Two prime modules embrace the plant pots and one is a traditional closed prime module. This dimension makes the plant furnishings very versatile in his brilliant and spacious condo – he can alternatively place it within the couch are, beneath the window, within the espresso desk space (the place it’s set now) and even some place else within the greater than 100 sq. meters large condo.
Relating to crops, Simon added a mixture of tropicals reminiscent of Calatheas in addition to cacti or snake crops to his USM plant sideboard, highlighting the flexibility of the USM Haller resolution as each pot comes with its personal water reservoir and water degree indicator – therefore you possibly can adapt your watering routine in keeping with the plant chosen within the pot.
We didn’t depart Simon with out having fun with one (or two) of his wonderful coffees. His ardour for fashion, espresso and crops is one thing that really fascinated us because it appears really easy to speak with such a man for hours. However we needed to catch a practice so it was time to say goodbye to Simon and his plant-filled house in Fulda. We hope you loved the fourth house story for ‘A World of Vegetation with USM Haller’!
Images by Jules Villbrandt