Robert Baxter BA Hons Dip Arch RIBA
Robert was educated at Shrewsbury School and Oxford Brookes. He is a member of the RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects), and ARB (Architects Registration Board), being a Chartered and Registered Architect. His maternal grandfather, was a well-known Cheshire Architect.
Robert worked in Chester as an assistant architect in the 1980's, before becoming a partner in Brook Baxter, based in Camden Town in 1985. Brook Baxter designed The Facts Centre in North London, an HIV/Aids treatment and educational centre, opened in 1991 by Diana Princess of Wales.
Robert set up RBD in 1998. Robert has been carrying out basement additions and conversions since 2000. He worked in conjunction with The London Basement Company for many years developing new methods of construction with the company's MD.
Robert's interests include ski-ing, photography, golf and salmon fishing. He is a member of Delamere Forest Golf Club and the City Club Chester and is a keen Manchester United supporter. Robert raises funds for and helps a number of charities including The Anthony Nolan blood cancer charity.