Person    | Male  Born 13/3/1947  Died 23/3/2015

John Romer

Categories: Architecture, Engineering

Architect and structural engineer.

John Henry Romer was born on 13 March 1947 in Kingston-upon-Thames the eldest of the three children of Sydney Gurney Romer (1903-2005) and Dorothy Joan Agnes Romer née Voss (1916-2009).

He was a partner for 28 years at the architectural and planning practice Cullinan Studio. The Guardian obituary details his work and career.

He died, aged 68 years, on 23 March 2015.

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