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The Special Honor of Robert Ivy

by Chris Holden - July 15th, 2018.
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Robert Ivy is the chief executive and Executive Vice Presidents of American Institute of Architects. He assumed the position in 2011. Robert Ivy pursued Bachelors of Arts in English in the University of the South. He proceeded for Masters of Architecture in Tulane University. In 1996, Robert was nominated to be the Editor in Chief of Architectural Record and Editorial Chief and Vice President of McGraw-Hill Construction Media, which included the following Green Source: Sweets, SNAP, The Magazine of Sustainable Design, ENR and HQ Magazine. He was also among the panel that appointed Frank Gehry the architect to develop the National Dwight Eisenhower Memorial. Under the leadership of Robert Ivy, Architectural Record received many awards such as National Magazine Award for American Society of Magazine, premier magazine journalism, Folio Design Awards and 2008 MPA Digital Award.

Additionally, he has also made something for himself; he received Crain Award, McGraw-Hill Award because of his excellent management skills in 1998. He is a senior member of Design Futures Council. In 2010, the national architecture fraternity collective named him the master of an architect because of his efficiency in communication. Recently, Robert Ivy received Noel Polk Lifetime Achievement Award from MIAL (Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters). This award is the first time a person from architectural industry has received from MIAL. This award is given to artists who do exemplary work in the art industry.

At the American Institute of Architects, Robert has tremendously developed a footprint for the group, which is now at the highest membership of 160 since the time of formation.Robert has now joined the ranks of former Noel Polk Awards receivers such as Singer Leontyne Price (2000), Shelby Foote (2004), Eudora Welty (2001), Walter Anderson (1989) and actor Morgan Freeman (2007). Many fellow architects congratulated Ivy for his award and declared that indeed he is a worthy and professional ambassador in the architectural industry.

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