Media Release

December 22, 2006



Making a human connection to digital technology

December 22, 2006, Thornhill, Ontario -- This holiday season, our personal computers will store even more family photos, favourite music and home movies. Canadian industrial designer Howard Suissa believes there needs to be a connection between these memories and the technology in which they are stored. “The personal computer has become a hub for the family. It therefore deserves a place of honour within the home.”

The technology savvy will drool over the high performance components in Suissa's computer systems. However, the unique designs and hand-crafted hardwood cases with accent materials give these computers a human touch.

"With the integration of computers into our living environment, people are craving something more human,” says Suissa. “They relate to natural materials more readily than to the cold sterility of plastic or metal.”

Suissa launched Suissa Computers at interior design trade show IIDEX/NeoCon in late September. Each model in the Suissa Computers collection is a limited edition of 100. The company also offers exclusive custom builds, including exquisite carvings and inlays to opulent detail materials. Fire@Will, priced at $35,000 CDN and on display at IIDEX, is an exclusive model made entirely of the recycled wood off-cuts of the other builds. Another client’s exclusive custom build included diamonds and white gold in the details.

Suissa Computers designs and builds desktop computer systems that stand out and challenge preconceived ideas. Visit to learn more.



For more information:


Jennifer Moncion                                            

Suissa Computers


Suissa Computers  |  P.O. Box 262, Vegreville, Alberta, T9C 1R2  |  +1-(780)-603-2701  |