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?

Vintage or brand new?

The design of 1929 makes a comeback. Or maybe it never left. The classic style of "Bibendum" by Eileen Gray got just a few retouches. While "Gemini" by UNStudio is brand spanking new. The asymmetrical design can accommodate a variety of seating positions and works combined with multiple pieces.

voting closed 27/06/2014


20 June 2014


Painting or sculpture?

At ABC Home they paint their furniture in HD. Table "Hi Def" reproduces artist-designed graphics with laser printing, and each piece is limited edition. From painting to sculpture with "Butterfly", where Angelo Tomaiuolo combines bold contemporary design with traditional materials. Which form of art do you prefer?

voting closed 26/06/2014


19 June 2014


Ice cream or ice pop?

Inspired by a serving of whipped cream, “Dollop” by Ash Allen is a sensuously-shaped ceramic lamp with LED illumination. “Lullaby” by Monica Förster instead pays homage to the techniques of great sculptor and architect Isamu Noguchi with its lightness and sustainability. Which suits your taste?

voting closed 25/06/2014


18 June 2014


Breezy or contained?

In summer we all dress lighter, starting from our feet. Sandals "Flora" by Sergio Rossi wrap you in a branch of leaves with a laminate effect, elastic inserts and a leather sole. While stiletto “Open Toe Boomerang” by Alejandro Ingelmo is much less revealing with its intricate construction of lines. Which fit you?

voting closed 24/06/2014


17 June 2014


Sunrise or sunset?

It almost looks like a slice of sun is rising with modernist elegance on sofa “Soho 564” by Morgan Furniture, made in the UK with beech wood and available in your choice of upholstery and polish finishes. “Airberg” by Jean-Marie Massaud instead takes the unconventional route with its unexpected lines and effects.

voting closed 23/06/2014


16 June 2014

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