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?

Multifaceted or unitary?

Mirror mirror on the wall, which is the shiniest of them all? David Derksen and Steven Banke reply in unison: it's copper. The first designer splits the tones of the metal into a mosaic of sides. The second shows it in all its chromatic continuity. Which reflects your character the most?

voting closed 18/03/2014

 

11 March 2014

 

Bent or wedged?

"Teagan" is like an elastic band, it folds around your finger and appears to be able to adapt to it. But it's just an effect that proves the skill of designer Gorjana Griffin. Instead "Shockwave" by Martha Calvo (Joolz) actually opens and closes depending on where you put it. Which do you choose?

voting closed 17/03/2014

 

10 March 2014

 

Steady or rocky?

Aesthetic appearance should always be able to count on the magical concreteness of functionality. Just like in table "Wrap" by Lucie Koldova, solid yet slender in form. Or like the monolithic "Lithos" by Toni Grillo, a capsized pyramid that looks wobbly but won't actually budge a millimeter from the ground. Which has captured you?

voting closed 14/03/2014

 

7 March 2014

 

Sophisticated or popular?

Everything in "Two Circles Chair" by Kebei Li is played on a game of contrasts between lines and surfaces. An aesthetic exercise based on geometry and ergonomics, for the more refined minds. "Rōnin" by Frederik A. Werner is instead based on Danish craftsmanship and Japanese construction methods, to evoke the traditional seat of peasants, but in a caricatured version. Where will you sit?

voting closed 13/03/2014

 

6 March 2014

 

Early bird or night owl?

A kaleidoscope of metals compose "Faceted Tactile Lights" by Studio Avni, with its mosaic of tiles that emanate light, geometry and energy, like the dawn in Spring. Wile "Vilu Lights" is instead inspired by the nights of the archipelago of Cile. Gt2p designed it by amalgamating myth and geography into an illumination project.

voting closed 12/03/2014

 

5 March 2014

 
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