Robert Ivy is the chairman of the American Institute of Architects. He holds a Bachelors of Arts in English from the University of the South in Sewanee and masters of Architecture from the Tulane University. He is a great business person, scholar, author and a known philanthropist. He has written several publications during his tenure as a leader of the great organization. Robert Ivy’s publications have been used by many Engineers across the globe.
Robert Ivy was the editor in chief of the Architectural Record. This was the World’s most read the journal of the articles during his reign as an editor. He possesses great writing skills and has a powerful grasp of what many people in the profession lack. Many architects rely on his knowledge and expertise for knowledge. Robert Ivy also grew in a span of short period and became the editorial director and the Vice President of McGraw-Hill Construction Media. This is where the green source was. Under his capacity, he managed and edited The Magazine of Sustainable Design, SNAP, He also managed and edited Architectural records which included HQ Magazine, China, Sweets, Constructor and ENR. He was also a juror who was chosen to be on the panel that selected architect Frack Gehri to help in the designing of the National Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial. Robert Ivy continued growing in his editorial practices and even developed more skills in his adorable profession. In 1981, he became the Principal of Dean/Dale. He used to be on a regular check out for major nation wide publications and has been on the frontline doing what is right in his career to sharpen the future of Architects.
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Robert Ivy under his career has really achieved a lot of things. He has been rewarded a lot for his leadership in editorial services. Ivy filled a gap that had been missing in the World most recognized profession. He has been honored by premier magazine journalism award and also the American Society of Magazine Editors for his general excellence in the National Magazines award. He also was awarded Crain Award in 2009, in 2010 he was also voted as the master architect for his expertise in communication.
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