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InteriHotel Barcelona

The next edition of InteriHotel, which will take place from 24 to 26 October at the International Convention Center of Barcelona (CCIB), includes a complete program of conferences with international experts from the contract-hospitality sector, such as Lori Pinkerton from the Park Grove Design studio and Gilly Craft from Koubou Interiors.

Overcoming trends or how to create timeless interiors of the hotel: this is Loli Pinkerton's conference proposal at InteriHotel Barcelona 2018. In this presentation, she will reveal the origins of interior design trends and analyze what time really means, in addition to reviewing the elements which are important to create the timeless interiors of the future.

On the other hand, Gilly Craft will invite the public to reflect on how the hotel rooms of the future will be in terms of design and innovations and how they will become a reality during the next decade.

Lori Pinkerton-Rolet (right in the photo) is former President of the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID). She has been director of Park Grove Design since 1993 with the United Kingdom with international hospitality projects, medical care and development work within her portfolio. Park Grove was awarded "Best Hotel Suite: Europe" at the 2015 International Hotel and Property Awards, and received several awards in other design sectors. In 2010, Lori received the BIID Merit Award for her contributions to the field of Interior Design. He is a member of the Professional Practice Committee of the Institute, as well as the Programs Panel of the British Construction Industry Council, the body that advises the UK government on issues related to the built environment.

Gilly Craft (left in the photo) was trained at the Regent Academy in London. She founded the interior design studio Koubou Interiors in 2004 (Winners of the 2014-2015 International Property Awards for Best Interior Southeast Public Service and Best Interior Public Service in the United Kingdom for his work in "Our House", a center for children with disabilities and their families. Gilly is president of the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID), responsible for the strategic development of the Institute.