Josh Westerman

Josh Westerman

New York, NY, US

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Hello. My name is Josh Westerman and I am a young designer eager to use my passion for smart design and planning through architecture. I have curated a diverse working experience that includes a variety of project types, preparing me to appropriately respond to the human experience at hand. My passion for architecture, urban design, and planning is sparked by an evolving curiosity in how people work, live and interact in urban settings. Architecture should enhance the human experience and I am dedicated to creating a built environment that promotes inclusion, champions sustainability, and strengthens community.


H3, New York, NY, US, Architectural Designer

Worked as a collaborative team member to develop institutional projects and technical performance spaces that uniquely contribute to their community.

Feb 2020 - Oct 2020

Beck Design, New York, NY, US, Associate Architect

As a team member, I have been involved in several complete architectural projects, experiencing all phases in the design and construction of a building. I have actively participated in several winning project interviews.

Worked with management to open the New York office and provide for company growth in the Northeast region, relocating from the Tulsa office. Assisted in the marketing and business development effort for the office, along with project responsibilities.

May 2015 - Oct 2019

Selser Schaefer Architects, Tulsa, OK, US, Intermediate Architect

Worked on architectural production teams to coordinate and produce construction documentation for commercial projects.

Jun 2014 - May 2015


Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, US, The Walkable City

Under the direction of urban designer Jeff Speck, The Walkable City is a comprehensive course on the most effective arguments, techniques, and tools for reshaping places in support of walking, biking, and transit, including a design charrette with Somerville chief planner George Proakis.

With a focus on learning the Ten Steps of Walkablity, the objectives of the course include learning the most powerful economic, epidemiological, and environmental arguments for making a sustained investment in walking, biking, and transit,
crafting a walkability plan, and actively participating in a brainstorming charrette for the redevelopment of three neighborhoods surrounding new rail stations in the MBTA’s planned Green Line expansion.

Jun 2016 - Jun 2016

Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, US, BArch, Architecture

Minor in Architectural History & Theory

Aug 2009 - May 2014

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