Surya wins American Inhouse Design Award for Spring catalog
July 22, 2016,
CARTERSVILLE, Ga. — Surya has been honored with a 2016 American Inhouse Design Award for its spring 2016 catalog, marking the second consecutive year the Surya catalog has earned a design award. Last year, the brand received an American Graphic Design Award for its spring 2015 catalog.
Sponsored by Graphic Design USA, the American Inhouse Design Awards program was established to showcase exceptional work by in-house design teams and to recognize them for creativity, the unique challenges they face and their contributions to their businesses. This year, more than 6,000 entries in 25 categories were considered, with only the top 15 percent receiving an award.
The 820-page catalog showcases Surya’s diverse offering of coordinating home accessories through artfully styled photography – including multiple room scenes and style shots – along with close-up images that highlight texture, construction and color. Four curated trend vignettes spotlight the most popular trends in fashion and home decor while demonstrating how easy it is to combine Surya accessories to build inspired spaces for a variety of lifestyles and budgets. Adding functionality to form, convenient features such as a top sellers section, color-coded section tabs and a product index organized by category simplify product selection.
Surya’s spring catalog is available in print, online at www.surya.com/ecatalog and via Surya’s free iPhone/iPad app. Surya also recently released a Lighting e-catalog, which can be accessed at www.surya.com/ecatalog/ lighting.
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