Architect | Australia / Sydney
Al Baxter is both an architect and an ex-professional sportsman who was the most capped prop in the history of Australian Rugby Union, when he retired in 2011.
Al played Rugby Union for the Australian Wallabies in two Rugby World Cups, seven Tri Nation Tournaments and 12 seasons of Super Rugby. His time as a professional sportsman, combined with his design expertise, make him uniquely qualified to create spaces where athletes can develop and excel.
Al is a registered architect with extensive knowledge in sports, master planning, leisure and convention and exhibition design, having worked both in Australia and internationally.
Since retiring from rugby, Al has also taken on a number of Board roles including as a Trustee of Sydney Living Museums (formerly the Historic uses Trust of NSW), a director on the SLM Foundation Board and as a Director of Waratahs Rugby. He is also experienced as a rugby union commentator on ABC TV.