Roger Ulick Branch Westman (1939-2020) was an English architect.
He designed several homes in Hampstead and Hampstead Garden Suburb and was a major contributor to social housing projects in the London borough of Lambeth.
Art and design
In 1981, Westman exhibited his scheme Walls: A Framework for Communal Anarchy at the Institute of Contemporary Arts. In the same year, he exhibited, Tomorrow's New Community, A piece that artistically presented a 'do-it-yourself' community build - from Year 10 to Year 20. It was dubbed an "attractive idea... tantalisingly presented" by the New scientist. His architectural drawings and various sketches have received prizes - including one from the V&A.
- Urban planning
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