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?

With or without?

Linear but rounded, open but delimited. "Formes" by Belgian designer Bart Lens for Moome is this and more. It's also industrial and cool at the same time. And it's bulb? A protagonist. The contrary of Ding3000, in which LED technology makes the physical presence of the light source invisible. Which switch would you press?

voting closed 28/04/2015


21 April 2015


Meditative or psychedelic?

A meditative, bronze-sculpted eye peers from bag "Alex" by Federico Berartelli, its gaze as magnetic as its shape. Or would you prefer to dive deep within a "third eye"? Then expand your mind with the hypnotic multicolors of "Dun Dun" by Paula Cademartori. How do you feel today?

voting closed 27/04/2015


20 April 2015


Urban or rustic?

The sweetest season is upon us and armchairs emerge from hibernation. "Gardenia" by Claudio Sibille gently rocks on its steel pipe structure with wooden armrests. Whereas Les Ateliers Guyon create a contrast between western red cedar wood and white painted steel. Which would you prefer to keep you company during the Spring weekends?

voting closed 21/04/2015


14 April 2015


Naked or veiled?

Naked, blue and long-limbed. Tamara Mellon's creature displays a slender and scintillating beauty, like the ocean in the morning drawing a line on the horizon. Burakuyan instead takes us high in the sky, among the veiled clouds that play in the wind. Who will your travel companion be today?

voting closed 20/04/2015


13 April 2015


Sparse or dense?

They're the perfect bedside companion. "Hexagon" by Urban Outfitters has a vintage and relaxed look, with that je ne sais quoi that evokes Art Nouveau. "Drum Side" by Wire World also displays elegant symmetries, but rather looks towards the future and can stylishly fit in any room. Which do you choose?

voting closed 17/04/2015


10 April 2015

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