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?

Ninja or apache?

The shadows of two warriors outstretch from the ceiling. The shape of "The Rumbles" by Meraldi Rubini is printed in 3D and resembles the mask of a sinuous ninja. Thomas Feichtner responds with "Pipes", a disheveled and experimental lamp, in which each tube is equipped with sharp LED lights. Which would you switch on?

voting closed 14/07/2015

 

7 July 2015

 

Straightforward or sophisticated?

What are the invisible qualities of simplicity? Jasper Morrison tells us with "Alfi", a concentrate of humility, technique, strength and durability. Whereas "loop" by Markus Johansson explores unknown territories, made of audacious lines, experimental plastic materials combined with fiberglass and 3D printing. Make yourself comfortable.

voting closed 10/07/2015

 

3 July 2015

 

Fever or shivers?

Extreme Summer. Are you also experiencing it? All you have to do is leave the house and the thermometer reaches boiling point, red hot, like this towering heel by Sigerson Morrison. While Reed Krakoff cools down temperatures with a cold blue shower, no need for an AC. Ready for a thermic seesaw?

voting closed 07/07/2015

 

30 June 2015

 

Sun or moon?

Either way they shine, the point is how. "Prop" by Bertjan Pot is the star of the living room, unleashing light in every direction thanks to its many light bulbs. "Moonlight" by Marjan Van Aubel is made of self-developed porcelain, that expands up to 300% when fired in the kiln, reminding us of the lunar surface.

voting closed 06/07/2015

 

29 June 2015

 

Daredevil or scaredy-cat?

"Hystrix" by Giorgio Cattelan is an "extra" table: extra-light, extra-transparent, with a base in coated steel and a top with inverted beveled edges. In short: extra-experimental. "Hache" by Marc Sadler has two souls: cedar wood for the legs and oak for the top. Rigor and asymmetry meet thanks to avant-garde machinery.

voting closed 30/06/2015

 

23 June 2015

 
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