Robert Ivy: The Blueprint of Architecture

Widely regarded as the ultimate architect, Robert ivy has traversed through several generations to make a name for himself as one of the most iconic individuals in the world of architecture. A graduate of both Sewanee: The University of the South and Tulane University. Robert Ivy began his career as a co-principal for the dean/Dale company. In early 1990, Robert began serving as a director for the American Institute of Architecture. In 2001, he wrote his biography – Fay Jones: Architect, currently in its 3rd edition where he showcased his experiences while working under the leadership of Frank Lloyd. Visit the website Architectural Record to learn more about Robert Ivy.

Before taking leadership as the CEO and the vice president of the American Institute of Architecture, Robert Ivy was a co-principal in the Dean/Dale architectural company. Once a fierce critic of the many national publications, Robert embraced the corporate executive position and took the place of editor in chief for the architectural record, a magazine dedicated on matters of architecture and design. Later, he became the vice president and the editorial head for the McGraw construction media which comprised several magazines such as the greensource and HQ magazine.

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Over the years Robert Ivy has received numerous awards which all recognize his achievements in the architecture industry. While working as an editor in chief for the architectural record, the magazine won several awards including the much coveted premier magazine journalism award. In 2009, he received the crane award for his contribution to business media. In 2010, the Alpha Rho Chi the national architectural fraternity awarded him the master architect award for his participation in imparting knowledge on the value of architecture. In mid-2017, he was honored with the Noel Polk Lifetime Achievement award. This is an accolade that recognizes living Mississippi artists whose art traverses several generations and is worthy of praise. This marked the first time an architect won the prize. Learn more about Robert Ivy at zdnet.com.