Up&more: vote for your style

Choose between two trends. The alternatives are already avant-garde, what changes is the style. up&More is not just a simple game; it is there to challenge you and the other members of the community. An open page where new trends are set thanks to the weight of your votes and how original your sense of taste is.
Which side are you on?

Scratches or strokes?

Don't be fooled by its sharp legs. "V.stand" by J1 Studio is a very collaborative stool, so much so that you can stack one on another creating an infinite column. While "No Cardboard! Project" by Philipp Kaefer looks as soft as a caress, but it's material is actually hard and comes from aeronautics. It resembled cardboard but isn't! Pick your favorite.



28 July 2014


Harmonious or fragmented?

There's a touch of English Renaissance architecture in sideboard "Tudor Bonanza" by Ferruccio Laviani for EmmeMobili, an Italian brand specialized in the refined craftsmanship of wood. "Stone" by Bat eye is instead an homage, entirely handmade, to the granite that makes the city of Porto so luminous and attractive.



25 July 2014


Lolita or Virago?

"I want a metallic sheen". Whether your nature is sweet or determined, such a layer of skin would provide a beautiful protection that can always come in handy (or should we say footy?). “Metallic Pointed Pumps” by Gianvito Rossi and “Metalic – stilleto verzi” by Chloé provide different styles, but with a similar objective. What about you?



24 July 2014


Espresso or Americano?

Though they aren't coffees, they're anyway part of a fundamental moment of your day: the break. "Rew" by Rafa Garcia for Sencal is a cozy refuge that envelops you like the aroma of a short cup of joe. Whereas "Worn", designed by Samuel Wilkinson for Casamania is upholstered in untreated leather, the longer you lye on it the more its patina develops.



23 July 2014


Cocoon or spiderweb?

The silkworm is the central concept of "Mori 2420", a lamp by Rich Brilliant Willing. Indeed the fine fabric that composes it resembles the threads produced by larvae of Bombyx mori. Whereas the colorful cage of "Tull" by Tommaso Calder is a reinterpretation of classic workshop lamps. Here the wire netting meant to protect the light source becomes a graphic and formal detail.



22 July 2014

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