Lori Pinkerton-Rolet – Colour for the Seven Ages of Man


Posted on August 15th, by Digby in 2012 Talks. Comments Off

Lori Pinkerton-Rolet – Colour for the Seven Ages of Man

Colour for the Seven Ages of Man

About Lori

An interior design professional since 1992, Lori’s work has taken her from North America to Europe and Africa. She’s director of Park Grove Design specialising in hotels through the Rooms-Service® Design brand and residential care homes. Her professional passion is to raise the design criteria within the care home sector. A self-confessed colour nerd she begins each day taking a colour reference of the sea at Brighton.

Lori is a Past President of the British Institute of Interior Design and is the recipient its 2012 Award of Merit for outstanding contribution to the field of interior design. Her frequent speaking engagements perhaps harken back to her earlier career in the US where she hosted nationally syndicated radio programs and produced and directed the Grammy Awards™ for international radio.







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