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?

Paper or cement?

Here we go again with materials. Emotional, evocative, functional. In one word: surprising. "Drop Paper Pulp Lamp" by Crea-Re Studio is inspired by a love poem by Alan Sorrentini entitled "Aria". Dragos Motica Studio instead draws from quite an opposite field, construction materials, sublimating them in "Slash Lamp" designed for Ubikubi into a poem of light. Which shines the brightest?

voting closed 07/11/2014


31 October 2014


Fiction or documentary?

Just like after dinner when you're choosing whether to end your day with a movie or a documentary, in the morning you can opt for a watch that is as essential as it appears surreal – like "Pebble 03" by Bulbul – or as detailed and classic as "203 Series", by Uniform Wares. Which one "ticks" all the boxes for you?

voting closed 04/11/2014


28 October 2014


On foot or by race car?

Speed is a relative concept, even when seated. With its sharp angles, "Chess Arm Chair" by Anna Karlin is inspired by chessmen. Whereas "Halo" by Michael Sodeau is the first chair in the world to be made of Hypetex, a high-tech carbon fiber used in Formula 1. What's your ideal pace?

voting closed 03/11/2014


27 October 2014


Acrobat or tightrope walker?

Taken from collection "Chaotic Love", this coffee table by Swedish Ninja is intent on performing a balancing act atop 4 spheres. Instead "Tavolino Max" by Benjamin Hubert walks a fine line, or rather 4, to stay on top. The circus is almost complete: choose which your applause goes to.

voting closed 31/10/2014


24 October 2014


Accented or subtle?

The classic Anglepoise Type75™ lamp becomes a white canvas colored by the creativity of two designers. Paul Smith chooses bright color-blocked hues. Benjamin Hubert instead only sprinkles a hint of paint. His lamp was sold at an auction to raise money for children's charities. Which version do you prefer?

voting closed 28/10/2014


21 October 2014

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