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?

Reverent or detached?

"Medici" by Konstantin Grcic for Mattiazzi almost seems to bow in your direction before you take a seat. Inspired by the ability of the artisans at Mattiazzi, it's a chair with an embracing confidence. "ML42" by Mogens Lassen with its retro shape instead keeps it cool, it's a piece of design history that takes it cue from the work of cobblers from the past. Good craftsmanship never dies.

voting closed 08/08/2014


1 August 2014


Flourishing or dry?

These heels signed Giuseppe Zanotti are blooming with petals, fleshy yet at the same time discreet, in a tone that almost blends with that of your skin. Whereas the architectural shoes by Gaetano Perrone display a more essential form. Which would your feet prefer this Summer?

voting closed 07/08/2014


31 July 2014


Whirling or kaleidoscopic?

A young Swiss designer has had a brilliant idea. To equip a lamp with a fan of anti-reflective "petals". The result: you can't directly see the light source. The project is now produced by Testa-motari. Whereas Sofia Neves leaves you total compositional freedom. The model is offered by her but the colors can be chosen by you.

voting closed 06/08/2014


30 July 2014


Lacquer or granite?

The console by Hervé Van der Straeten towers like an ancient, lacquered bridge. The hue the French designer chose for it lights it up with energy and luxuriousness. While "Mineral Console" on the other hand has a soul of granite, lightened by its shape and the geometric pedestals that support it. On what surface would you write your next love letter?

voting closed 05/08/2014


29 July 2014


Scratches or strokes?

Don't be fooled by its sharp legs. "V.stand" by J1 Studio is a very collaborative stool, so much so that you can stack one on another creating an infinite column. While "No Cardboard! Project" by Philipp Kaefer looks as soft as a caress, but it's material is actually hard and comes from aeronautics. It resembled cardboard but isn't! Pick your favorite.

voting closed 04/08/2014


28 July 2014

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