Robert Ivy currently lives in the Colombian district of Washington USA. He is a very successful icon in the architectural industry. Due to his exceptional leadership skills, Robert Ivy has garnered some awards throughout his career life. Here is much about him and his career development.
He became the editor in chief of the Architectural Record. It was in 1996 after his graduation from the University of the South Sewanee with Bachelor’s degree in arts. At McGraw-Hill construction Media, he became the editorial director and vice president. This company comprised of Green Source which is in charge of China, SNAP, HQ Magazine, sweets, Sustainable Design magazines.
Robert Ivy was later appointed as a juror on the panel which selected Frank Gehry to design the National Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial. He has also worked as the principal at Dale/Dean, Ivy, and Dean and as a critic for several national publications for over 15 years since 1981. He is currently a senior member of the Design Futures Council.
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Robert Ivy’s awards
Architectural Record garnered several publishing honors. It was due to the great leadership of Robert. These awards are national magazine Award for the General Excellence, American Society of Magazine editors, the premier magazine journalism award among many others.
Robert received the Crain Award in 2009. It is an American Business Media’s highest individual recognition. He was also awarded McGraw-Hill honor for Management Excellence.
Ivy was voted by the national architecture fraternity as “Master Architect” due to his effectiveness in the communication of the design value.
He also shares the designation with Dr. Nathan Clifford Ricker. Ricker is an Icon and the first graduate of the American school of architecture. The others are Pei, Richard Buckminster Fuller. He is among the best seven to be awarded this honor for the last 100year. He is currently the best architect in the 21st century.
Besides the awards, Robert Ivy has written several books that have been published in significant publishers. He wrote “Fay Jones: Architect” which was published in 2001. This biography is now on its third edition. The highest standards of scholarship, design, and production.” Among many others.