Roger Whitehouse

Roger Whitehouse

1994 SEGD Fellow and 1992 Angel Award honoree



Member Since

December 1979

Roger Whitehouse, FSEGD, ARIBA, AADipl, was trained as an architect in England before coming to the United States in 1967. He formed Whitehouse & Company in 1976.

Roger’s environmental graphic design projects include the High Museum in Atlanta, Lincoln Center, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Conde Nast building, and three subway entrances in New York’s Times Square. His pioneering work for the Lighthouse in New York formed the basis for the signage components of recent revisions to the Americans with Disabilities Act.

W&Co. has been around for more than 30 years, during which time the firm has worked with hundreds of clients, evolving design solutions of every shape and size.