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?

Smooth or rough?

This minimal bag by J. W. Anderson is made of leather as soft as a baby's bottom and an architecture as immortal as a Romanesque church. While you get a more uneven effect and a radiant texture with "Wicker rattan basket" by Alex A Tempe. Vegetable fiber never goes out of style, but rather finds a contemporary look.

voting closed 22/07/2014


15 July 2014


Shocking or pale?

“Lunar Eclipse Necklace” by Lara Bohinc is like a neon explosion of hot pink. While the pieces of collection "What Is Precious?" by Ek Thongprasert turn silicone into a philosophical statement: the concept of value depends on the observer. Which necklace has caught your eye?

voting closed 21/07/2014


14 July 2014


Understated or emphatic?

With a sophisticated set of numerical control tools and the manual know-how of Mattiazzi, refined hybrid chair "Osso" takes form, designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. "M3 Collection" by Tomas Feichtner is instead a powerful mix of carpentry and Italian design. Please take a seat.

voting closed 17/07/2014


10 July 2014


Knotted or joined?

Take a closer look. These tables deserve it. For brand Knoll, designer Ross Lovegrove creates a big knot of painted tubular steel, underneath a table top in rare bamboo. For "Keystones", Italo-Japanese duo Minale Maeda use a single material, made with a 3D printer, to fit the different parts together. Which of the two would you like to set?

voting closed 17/07/2014


10 July 2014


Straight or zigzag?

A sheet of steel that is molded to create a homogeneous and organic silhouette, mimicking the sculptural forms found in nature. It's the concept of Phil Procter for his fiery "Cala Lamp". And “Lámpara Zeta” is also formed from a single laminate plate, but Federico Churba gives it a Zorro twist, with an intrepid zig-zagging shape. Which are you in line with?

voting closed 16/07/2014


9 July 2014

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