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?

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


Offense or defense?

Imagine the table's a soccer field and you're the coach that has to line up a team. This time your formation is made of vases. "Gridscope" by Ben Medansky is a barging center-forward, blazed from the kiln with a versatile but cutting character. "Ashes" by Birgit Severin is on the other hand made of rubber, to remind us of the brevity and beauty of life. Which tactic will you adopt?

voting closed 27/01/2015


20 January 2015


Winter or summer?

Flowers bloom on your desk. "Campanule" by Something makes its appearance these winter days, with its subtle color typical of the first hints of spring. "Konichiwa" instead brings the intensity of summer. Its shape is surprising: a cylinder that is cut in two, with head and body connected by a small weld joint. Which season lights you up?

voting closed 26/01/2015


19 January 2015


Grouchy or smiley?

The classic stick chair, made out of cylindrical slats, is here revisited in a squared form by Andréason & Leibel. Its name is "Woodkid" and it certainly has an air of untouchable austerity. If you're looking for a more cheerful seat, then "Tonon-lucky" by Martin Ballendat will welcome you in a playful and red embrace.

voting closed 23/01/2015


16 January 2015

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