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?

Lavish or recycle?

Architect Joana Santos Barbos has always been fascinated by trees, their shapes and shadows as they bathe in the sun. That's what inspired table lamp "Inspiring Trees". While "Palitos" by Sergio Mendoza explores the use of found materials. It's the evolution of series "SMP" and it joins a chaotic juxtaposition of wood with ordered lines of metal. Which idea shines the most?

voting closed 16/09/2014


9 September 2014


Fresh or steamy?

The designers of Pido (People's Industrial Design Office) reinforce their products only where strictly necessary. That's why "Mesh Chair" doesn't have a gram of metal more than it needs. A cool and innovative idea that is challenged today by the voluptuous and perfectly finished silhouette of "Globus", signed by Stua. How do you like it?

voting closed 15/09/2014


8 September 2014


Sleek or cushy?

Augusto Bozzi divides the armchair into two parts: a minimalist metal structure and an upholstered body. The final effect: a complex architecture with a streamlined aesthetic. Whereas "Brasilian One-Seater" by Stellar Works has a plump and cozy look that makes you feel like resting just by looking at it.

voting closed 12/09/2014


5 September 2014


Detailed or essential?

German, robust and with a classic look. "Akkord Modular" by Defakto is launched to celebrate the opening of the brand from Brückenmeisterei's new office in Berlin. While "Till" by Daniel Will-Harris thinks outside of the box. The minute hand uses words instead of numbers, announcing how much time past or until the hour. 

voting closed 11/09/2014


4 September 2014


Hard-boiled or scrambled?

"Afillia" by Alessandro Zambelli has a name borrowed from botany – Afillia is a plant without leaves – which anticipates its minimal nature and airy voids. Instead "Pina" by TN/MOS has a shade that is 95% cotton and 5% spandex: it looks like a sculpture about to make a move. Which appeals to you the most?

voting closed 10/09/2014


3 September 2014

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