Sunday, October 30, 2011
The furniture combines reclaimed demolition hardwoods with steel and black walnut. Each piece is unique, with a patina that speaks of days gone by, with designs of today. Free-floating slabs as well as dovetail and mortise-and-tenon exposed joinery are some of the unique detailing features.
“We’re creating something that will stand the test of time, something that will have lasting value.” – Thomas Bina
Monday, October 24, 2011
No longer does decorating a home consist of buying complete collections; the idea now is to bring home individual pieces that you love, and add tones, oatterns, layers and textures to your interior. DwellStudio ties into this with their mid-century inspired designs.
Check in with Attica in the coming months as we launch DwellStudio furniture!
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Designed and crafted in Canada, the Landscape collection is destined to be another classic. Choose from a wide variety of leather (pearl, brown or black) and eighteen stain colour options. Available in queen or king. Accent your bed with other pieces from the Landscape collection: select from two nightstands, three chests and two dressers.
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
In his seminar, “Sleep and Your Well-Being”, Dr. Stanley will define and discuss the stages of sleep, the benefits it provides to living well, the problems caused by lack of sleep, and strategies to sleep better. This is a great opportunity to learn about this important topic from one of the most published authorities.
A light lunch is provided. Seating is limited, so please RSVP by October 31st by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.About Dr. Neil Stanley
Dr. Neil Stanley is a leading U.K. sleep expert who has been involved in sleep research for 29 years, starting his career at the Neurosciences Division of the R.A.F. Institute of Aviation Medicine. In early 1990s he moved to the Human Psycho-pharmacology Research Unit, part of the University of Surrey, where as Director of Sleep Research he created and ran a 24 bed Phase I sleep lab. He is past Chairman of the British Sleep Society (2000-2004) and a member of the European Sleep Research Society; the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the European Society of Sleep Technologists. From 2004 to 2008 he was a member of the Executive Committee of the Assembly of National Sleep societies and through that is co-author of the Guidelines for accreditation of Sleep Medicine Centres and Sleep Medicine Education in Europe. He has published 35 peer-review papers on various aspects of sleep research and psycho-pharmacology and is widely quoted by the media as a leading sleep expert.