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?

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


Ruler or compass?

Instruments at the ready! We want impeccable lines, perfect geometries, whether straight or curved no matter. Admire the transparencies of Zasso's table: it's like scrutinizing a technical drawing. While Pool's "ISO" manufactured by Parisians Petite Friture plays with planes, curves, volumes and perspectives. The result? An elegant trompe l'oeil for the living room.

voting closed 06/02/2015


30 January 2015


Ardent or composed?

Put together graphics, experimentation with materials, a touch of color and stylistic intent: and you'll get sophisticated simplicity. That's "Rome" by Twin Within, a necklace made of rope and metal clasps. While architecture is at the heart of "The New Breath" by Karla Olsakova. With a play on different proportions of wood that takes us into the world of Alice in Wonderland.

voting closed 03/02/2015


27 January 2015


Vain or discreet?

"Look at me!" seems to be saying "Monocles", a sideboard in walnut and brass, ready to capture your golden-eye with its James Bond inspiration. If the spirit of "kiss kiss bang bang" is not for you, then "Loop" by Goula Figuera might be more appropriate, with its oak shutters and no handles. Find out for yourself how to open it!

voting closed 02/02/2015


26 January 2015


Cool or scorching?

The ceremony of coffee according to Debra Falz and Uhurus. The first uses glass, with a table as multifaceted as a diamond. The second lets you do as you please: series "Essential" can be customized choosing from 10 types of wood and 10 metals, like this fiery red version. On which would you serve a cup?

voting closed 30/01/2015


23 January 2015

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