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?

Variation or transformation?

"Sion Round Dining" by Ana Kras blends sculpture and craftsmanship with a playful approach to color, and is available in many custom variations. While "Mac's Table" by Mac Stopa for Tonon has a reversible geometry. The modular leg in different colors combined with tabletops of various shapes, sizes and materials allows for a variety of compositions.

voting closed 27/11/2015

 

20 November 2015

 

Divine or astral?

To wake up in the morning, look into the mirror and feel divinely beautiful or like a movie star. Well, that's the impression you might have when seeing your reflection in "Mirror & Frame" by J1, with its angelic 'one in three' eye, or on "Cyclone Mirror", with its swirling and celestial frame. Choose how you want to feel today.

voting closed 27/10/2015

 

20 October 2015

 

Nature or geometry?

If you think the call of the wild could awaken your animal instincts, then Zac Posen's clutch is an untamed and exotic creature of style. Eddie Borgo instead draws from architecture for his metallic Vic Minaudiere inspired by the geometric spiral of a winding staircase seen from above.

voting closed 20/10/2015

 

13 October 2015

 

Red for passion or green for peace?

Colors influence our emotions. Just consider the deep red of "Pilot chair" by Barber & Osgerby, that stands out like a wall of sizzling flames. If instead you want to fill your studio with a feeling of peace and harmony, then allow yourself to be inspired by "Husk" by Marc Thorpe for Moroso.

voting closed 19/10/2015

 

12 October 2015

 

Art exhibition or crosswords?

In the mood for some modern art? On the skin of "Debbie", fashion designer Charlotte Olympia goes wild with Kandinsky-inspired chromatic explosions. While "James" by Taylor Says is more leisurely: crosswords that become the fabric of a new fashion. Which to wear?

voting closed 14/10/2015

 

7 October 2015

 
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