Roger Westman is a British architect who is perhaps best known for his contributions to social housing in London and to sustainable architecture in the late 1990s.
His work in architecture spans more than half a century, where he has designed pioneering buildings such as the Central Hill Estate in Lambeth, and the Jerma Palace Hotel in Malta.
1. He was the first British architect to pioneer sustainable architecture on a large-scale
2. In 1967 he appeared in Faces of Architecture, a programme by the British Film Institute (BFI) and the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)
3. In the 1970s and 80s, Westman was an adviser on social housing and sustainability to the Mayor of London and London Councils
4. Westman has been a member of the Twentieth Century Society (C20) since it was founded in 1979. He has been instrumental in the restoration and preservation of many early-twentieth-century buildings in Britain
5. In 1997, Westman received the RIBA President's Award for his long-lasting contributions to British architecture
6. His brother, Nicholas, is also an architect