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?

Practical or chic?

"Pick Up Sticks" by Simon James is a modern-looking chair with armrests and a detachable upholstered component made in short lead times. "Colette" by Roberto Lazzeroni instead has elegance written all over its DNA. From its name to its materials to the shape, its entire genetic makeup gives it a real "thoroughbred" refinement.

TIME TO VOTE
06d:02h:26m:31s

 

1 September 2014

 

Instinctive or stylistic?

Inspired by African elegance, strappy sandal "Sosa" by Chelsea Paris laces your ankle up in a combination of ethnic-inspired glamour and city chic. Whereas Gianluca Soldi speaks the language of painting, with a wink of the eye in the direction of Dutch Neoplasticism. How are you feeling today?

TIME TO VOTE
03d:02h:26m:31s

 

29 August 2014

 

Curves or triangles?

"Barstool" by Aurelien Barbry reinvents the stool aesthetic with a structure that almost seems to mimic the orbits of planets in space. Each element revolves around you. While "T02-NO" by Nova Obiecta experiments with new triangulations to determine your perfect position. Which shapes up to your expectations?

TIME TO VOTE
02d:02h:26m:31s

 

28 August 2014

 

Arabesque or mosaic?

The best way to approach the elegance of "Olena" is via the floral arabesque pattern designed on its faux leather coat. Nancy Gonzalez points in another direction, using all the colors of the rainbow in her crocodile skin handbag . Which of the two is better suited to adapt to your style?

TIME TO VOTE
01d:02h:26m:31s

 

27 August 2014

 

Geometry or body language?

No screws. Just plywood triangles, a metal frame and glue to join the pieces. That's how Maxim Scherbakov conceived chair "P-11", which challenges "Trialog" by Philipp Von Hase to a duel today. The latter speaks the language of ergonomics, reversing the way you use a chair. The backrest? It's actually also an armrest.

TIME TO VOTE
00d:02h:26m:31s

 

26 August 2014

 
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