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?

Ostentatious or reserved?

With its tail spread out like that of a peacock, "Consuelo" by Ivy Kirzhner exhibits intricate laser-cut leather and stud detailing. Whereas Ivanka Trump elegantly veils her foot behind a shiny and slightly bondage-looking cage. Choose how much you want to display.

voting closed 15/12/2014

 

8 December 2014

 

Hallow or stuffed?

Soft and with an inviting open shape for you to lounge on, "Uchiwa" by studio Doshi Levien is like a cradle with a contemporary and relaxed style. Whereas "Moon" by Kalpakian has a wooden structure, ebony feet and Kvadrat upholstery. An additional touch of class is given by the coiled-up armrest, a tasty and colorful praline for your eyes.

voting closed 12/12/2014

 

5 December 2014

 

Somersault or planche?

Geometry is the protagonist today, in the form of gymnastic moves around your finger. Cesar Cueva, an Australian designer and director of Metalab Creative Pty Ltd., presents "Foldy Friend", an acrobatic feat of folds and twists. "Geometring" by Kövér Dóra Rea juts out from your annular like a solid but hallow fin. Which of the two has a better ring to it?

voting closed 09/12/2014

 

2 December 2014

 

Hunting or fishing?

Hunting for light or fishing for a bright idea? "Strand Lamp" by Clancy Moore has a pointer-like snout, to track down and illuminate your workstation. Whereas "Damo" by Seed Design has a mystical, almost Zen appearance. It resembles the hat of Sampei, the Japanese anime character. Switch it on to find your inner light... Which of the two shines the brightest?

voting closed 08/12/2014

 

1 December 2014

 

Sinuous or contorted?

Designer Joseph Walsh introduces resin into his palette of materials, allowing him to create sculptural wooden pieces. Thus "Lumenoria I" takes shape, in contrast with the reflecting and fluid patina of "Atlantic" from collection "Crush". Take your place at the table you prefer.

 

voting closed 05/12/2014

 

28 November 2014

 
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