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?

Rigorous or freestyle?

A metallic sheen glows on both the heels of Marissa Webb and those of Pierre Hardy. The former is buckled up in ankle cuff and straps with a vaguely Art decò air, the latter sees the Parisian designer expressing all his serpentine creativity. How do you feel today?

voting closed 06/05/2014


29 April 2014


Open or guarded?

If usually fabric is used to hide structure, in "Cow Chair" by Amanda Lilholt Hurup it's the exact opposite. Everything is visible: framework, straps and hide, as made by nature. "Lounge chair Q1" by Odesd2 is instead inspired by a work of Buckminster Fuller. Did you know the sphere is the most comfortable shape to sit in? Try it yourself!

voting closed 05/05/2014


28 April 2014


Bare or blooming?

A dining table signed by Fferrone, composed of deconstructed geometric lines and sleek materials: glass and powder-coated steel. Oh so essential. While Atelier Bonk creatively doodle all over their designs, transforming a piece of furniture into a canvas on which to let the imagination loose.

voting closed 02/05/2014


25 April 2014


Neat or cozy?

Robust materials that are not too costly, assembled into a light, airy sofa system, that plays with fullness and emptiness and - by magic - gives an idea of luxury. It's called "Yeah but no" and is by Martijn van den Bosch, today we compare it to minimalist "Beddo" by Christina Liljen Berghalstrom. Its inspiration? A simple bed.

voting closed 01/05/2014


24 April 2014


Rationalist or post-modern?

Craftsmanship and engineering come together for Resident's new lamp "Fibre Light Bottle", designed by Jamie McLellan. Its modernist lines are quite in contrast with the cloud-like shape of "Buckle" by Tina Leung, a ceiling lamp in a class of its own. Which school of thought do you prefer?

voting closed 30/04/2014


23 April 2014

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