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?

Appear or disappear?

Designer Harry Thaler covers metal with silk from Fratelli Bologna e Marcaccio and what "materializes" is project "Silk Chandelier". The designers of The Collection on 5 on the contrary seem interested in making lamp "Bocci 7Q7AL" almost fade out of view. In light of these differences, to which have you taken a shine?

voting closed 21/11/2013


14 November 2013


Fluid or rigid?

"Enignum II Chair" celebrates the mystery of collaborations between man and matter. The key to understanding it is in Joseph Walsh's folding technique and compositional craftsmanship. At the opposite extreme lies the architecture of Pierre Thibault. Minimal under every point of view, even in its name: "The Chair".

voting closed 20/11/2013


13 November 2013


Lighthearted or playful?

With a gust of imagination, Penelope Singer blows up 3 balloons and flies us off hanging onto her "Suspended" ring. A prototype that might land to a store near you someday. Like "Diamond Acrylic" by Alissia Melka-Teichroew, a colorful and fun version of Tiffany's engagement ring, encouraging us not take ourselves too seriously.

voting closed 19/11/2013


12 November 2013


Prudent or impetuous?

Modern chandelier "Firefly Pendant Lamp" has a structure that is capable of supporting 5 glass globes on an iron bar that can be arranged to your liking. "Three Piece Aqua Frame Cluster Pendant" is nonconformity in the form of a lamp. A small prodigy of static: the bulky volumes look as if weightless.

voting closed 18/11/2013


11 November 2013


Mini or maxi?

Kirstin Overbeck definitely has a sweet tooth. Her 6 "Candy Stools" are inspired by licorice, candy and various confectionary. Studio Avni instead takes us to an altogether different setting, that of silk saris. The waste material of these garments from South-East Asia is re-elaborated to become an elegant turquoise seat: "Pompom". Choose your favorite.

voting closed 15/11/2013


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