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?

Twin or only child?

An architect's chair. The studio, based in Ireland, is called Tierney Haines. Their metal chair is light and shiny, like a dragonfly ready to carry your weight. "Tyci 70" by Xobo Furniture has a similar approach. It can be easily assembled and disassembled, making transportation much less of a hassle. Two examples of practical solutions.

voting closed 13/01/2015


6 January 2015


Curved or rectilinear?

Long live the metal loop and undulating calligraphy of Brazilian designer Larissa Cruz. Her coffee table "Mesa Lateral S" for Kehl Móveis will bring movement and lightness to your home. If however you're looking for a more minimalist, square (and multifunctional) touch, then "B3" by Victor Vasilev is for you.

voting closed 29/12/2014


22 December 2014


The red or the black?

Today we're referencing the renowned novel by Stendhal and its pages full of psychological depth. Shoes "Zanie" by Pour La Victoire and "Anastasia" by Sam Edelman also speak volumes about who wears them. Their details, materials and cuts portray uniquely charming personalities. Tell us which most resebles you.

voting closed 26/12/2014


19 December 2014


Artisanal plastic or synthetic wood?

When humans will have disappeared from the face of the earth, plastic will still exist. Hyunseok Kang of the Royal College of Art is aware of this, but he chooses to shed a positive light on the material with a stool combining craftsmanship and industrial production. "Sadl" by Lmbrjk LMBRJK instead brings wood into such a technological dimension it seems more artificial than polystyrene. Where will you sit?

voting closed 23/12/2014


16 December 2014


Loose or fitted?

A contrast of materials is at the heart of "Geo", a glass lamp with a porcelain core. The idea is by Vezzini & Chen, a young Italo-Chinese brand inspired by natural shapes and geometries. Ariel Design instead finds the perfect medium between tradition and technology with "Knitted", a series of lamps dressed in a sophisticated fabric mesh.

voting closed 22/12/2014


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