Robert Ivy, The American Architects Associations Icon Won Several Awards
Robert Ivy is a renowned personality in the world of Architecture in America. He holds a master’s degree in Architecture and a Bachelor’s of Arts in English. Robert achieved his educational merits from the Tulane University and Sewanee; The University of the South. Robert Ivy was one of the jurors on the panel that selected Frank Gerhry. Frank was the designer of the National Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial. Ivy served as the Principal of Dean/dale from 1981-1966. He criticized several national publications.
In 1996, Robert Ivy became the Editor in Chief of Architectural Record. He worked hard enough to steer the journal to becoming one of the most read journals internationally, and locally. Ivy continued to grow on his career after he became the Vice president and editorial director of McGraw-Hill Construction Media, He was in the leadership of Several magazines including China, HQ Magazine, SNAP, Architectural Record, ENR, Constructor, Sweets, and The Magazine of Sustainable Design.
Robert Ivy was recognized for his editorial leadership through several Awards and honors. Architectural Records earned the premier magazine Journalism award, national magazine award for General Excellence that was seen as a unique award for a professional journal. Robert was had other additional achievements like the 7ozzies; Folio Design awards, the 2008 MPA award from the best website of the year amongst others. In 2009, Ivy was honored with the Crain award which is considered one of the highest recognition for media business in America. Ivy was unanimously voted to be named the “Master Architect” in 2010 because of the positive impact he had on effective communication of the value of design. This honor was fitted to him by the Alpha Rho Chi national fraternity of architectures. To date, Robert Ivy is one of the most respected Architects who shares his designation with great architects icons in America.
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