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?

Ethereal or concrete?

Sophia Webster puts wings on your feet with "Aldora": a celestial hue and the decorative lightness of a butterfly. Oscar Tiye instead offers a turquoise-colored heel with a python texture, inspired by the architecture of mosques and Byzantine detailing. Which elegance is for you?

voting closed 05/06/2014


29 May 2014


Skewed or lopsided?

“Angles coffee table” by Faktura Design is taking the spotlight. It revises the traditional structure of the table with its crisp and sharp angles and oddly slanted legs. While “Vladimir” by Xavier Lust gathers its legs in one single point. Asymmetry seems to reign supreme, but balance is the real protagonist.

voting closed 04/06/2014


28 May 2014


Introverted or detached?

Have lampshades gone out of fashion? Are incandescent light bulbs a waste? Are you tired of the same old lamp designs? “Moitie” by Jordi Lopez Aguilo is reflected in a mirror so that its shape and brightness doubles. While “Più o meno” by Cactus Design is detached from itself and shines from within. Which of the two lightens you up?

voting closed 03/06/2014


27 May 2014


Water or fire?

Imagine the relaxing sound of flowing water. That's what “Hub” designed by Carl Öjerstam for Materia evokes, with its modern and light take on the Club easy chair and a blue hue that recalls a placid ocean. Xavier D responds with prototype “Ribbon Structure Chair”, inspired by Qi, the principle of vital energy according to traditional Chinese culture.

voting closed 02/06/2014


26 May 2014


Picasso or Kandinsky?

Weapons of mass seduction that enlist the help of modern art's shapes and colors. Giannico is on a mission to charm your socks off with multicolored shoes "Picasso". While Burak Uyan plays a two-toned game of "see and don't see" with his geometric heels ready to capture every gaze. Which do you prefer looking at?

voting closed 29/05/2014


22 May 2014

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