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?

Scenographic or geometric?

A play on asymmetriy, balance and tension, using a combination and juxtaposition of circular elements of various dimensions: it's sofa Odette by Atelier Moba. Whereas "The Keystone chair" by Os ad Oos is a minimal and colorful game that brings geometry and good humor to the living room. Where will you sit today?

voting closed 17/02/2015

 

10 February 2015

 

War or peace?

Kzeniya is sending you on a reconaissance mission. Her clutch is ready to bite into the future with leather teeth, Perspex and steel. If you would rather have a stylish truce, then "Oscar Solid" by Edie Parker eases the situation with an acrylic bag decorated with confetti. A relaxed prelude to your next Mardi Gras?

voting closed 16/02/2015

 

9 February 2015

 

Manmade or cosmic?

Everything adheres to the highest artisanal standards: the finish of the wood, the hand-stitched leather, the upholstered seat. Sitting on "U Chair" by Assembly Design is like experiencing the quality of a craft that is never old. The opposite of "Moha" by Svilen Gamolov: an out of this world concept chair of the future.

voting closed 13/02/2015

 

6 February 2015

 

Super classic or retro-chic?

Telling the time is an art for specialists. The craftsmen of the most minuscule and precise mechanisms are at work. "Rose Gold" by The Horse has a design so classic it's the Greek statue of watches. "V03D" by Void Watches is an analog reinterpretation of Japanese movement 2115 from Miyota. What's your style?

voting closed 10/02/2015

 

3 February 2015

 

Music or silence?

Can you hear the jazz coming out of "The Major lighting collection" by Paul Loebach? Take a close look, the light bulbs contained in elegant brass trumpets are just waiting to be lit. And on the subject of Swing, turn on "Tribeca" by Søren Rose: you'll find the (silent) style of 30s New York condensed in a retro-chic hybrid between lamp, pendant and chandelier.

voting closed 09/02/2015

 

2 February 2015

 
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