July 14, 2012, Miami, FL
Dorya, the luxury furniture and interiors brand, has received a Pinnacle Design Achievement nomination under the Occasinal Storage category for Trinity Sideboard from the American Society of Furniture Designers (ASFD). “We are very honored by this prestigious nomination,” says Doruk Yorgancioglu, Dorya’s CEO.
Trinity Sideboard, designed by Megan Perry, exhibits the glamorous luxurious style of modernism. “It defiantly has a wow factor to it, say Perry, Creative Director for Dorya. “I love to watch people’s first reaction when they see it.” The veneers are unique and inlaid in an intricate sunburst pattern, and the contrast between the darker and lighter woods gives the piece a dramatic effect. All the brass hardware accents are custom made showcasing the brands superior craftsmanship.
This distinction marks Dorya’s second Pinnacle Design Achievement Nomination. Dorya introduced Mybar at High Point’s April 2010 market which marked the brands debut into the United States. “The Pinnacle Awards provide our industry the opportunity to recognize the work of talented designers. For almost 17 years they have been the preeminent way to honor individuals and companies who create, support, and encourage originality of thought and design innovation,” says ASFD president, Dudley Moore, Jr., of Otto & Moore, Inc. in High Point. Winners will be revealed at the Pinnacle Awards Banquet on October 24 during the International Home Furnishings Market.
More about Dorya
A global luxury furniture and interiors brand, Dorya creates exquisitely handcrafted furniture and interior elements, with the philosophy that the pursuit of style is a way of life. All pieces are 100% handmade and can be ordered, which offers customers the option of customizing their pieces. Its three furniture collections are Heritage, Contemporain, and Executive. The Dorya brand is firmly rooted in the tradition of the finest wood craftsmanship, luxurious materials, and attention to detail.
The 33 year old brand was introduced to the US market two years ago during the International Home Furnishings Market and has been profiled in Florida Design Magazine, and Traditional Home; featured in Architectural Digest Magazine, Luxe Magazine, Miami Home & Décor Magazine, Interior Design Magazine, Robb Report, and thehome.com. The corporate office relocated earlier this year to Miami, FL, and manufacturing facilities are located in Izmir, Turkey. To learn more about Dorya visit www.doryainteriors.com