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?

Lifting off or soaring?

Repeatedly awarded and already displayed in a museum, the new "Spiry" by Giovanni Barbato is a spinning top of illumination. Playful and ironic, it seems to want to lift-off with its projected light. "PH 5" by renowned Danish designer Poul Henningsen is a classic of design since 1958. Now available in multiple colors. Which reaches new heights?

voting closed 12/02/2014

 

5 February 2014

 

Majestic or monumental?

Nicholas Kirkwood presents his FW 13/14 collection with an open-toe "Ankle Boot", tied with laces and surrounded by pearls. Vs2r replies with a geometric and structured design, with soft and enveloping lines. Who wins the battle of the stiletto?

voting closed 11/02/2014

 

4 February 2014

 

Reality or fantasy?

"Wire" by James Burgess is a seamless flow of wires, a minimal design characterized by straight lines and radial curves. Instead when looking at "Drawing Series" by Jinil Park, the chair appears to be a sketch made out of thin air. But it's actually real. Which designer has the greatest vocation for illusion?

voting closed 10/02/2014

 

3 February 2014

 

Turmoil or tranquility?

Part industrial fossil, part robotic piece of jewelry, ring "Ageless" by Nicole Schuster will appeal to a personality that is rather edgy, and full of surprises. Yutaka Minegishi carves his accessory from the precious wood ebony. Compact and smoothed, it almost seems to be a metal sculpture.

voting closed 07/02/2014

 

31 January 2014

 

Direct or enigmatic?

Walk The Plank Collective plays with simplicity. "Lunar Console" is both refined and yet rustic, in a game of essential lines, which instead in the table by Port and Quarter multiply with geometric regularity, until almost becoming a work of architecture. Simplicity dressed as complexity, or vice versa?

voting closed 06/02/2014

 

30 January 2014

 
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