Robert IVy: Architect from Mississippi

Robert Ivy is an architect, author, and writer who currently holds the position of CEO of The American Institute of Architects. He obtained an undergraduate degree in English from Sewanee University and then studied architecture for his master’s degree at Tulane University. Before establishing himself as an architect, he served his country as an officer in the Navy. He has been the CEO of The American Institute of Architects since 2011 and was recently given the prestigious Noel Polk Lifetime Achievement Award. The Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters gives this award to individuals from the state of Mississippi who have been recognized for artistic works or who have supported artistic causes. Robert Ivy is now among several famous people from Mississippi to be on the list. of Noel Polk award honorees. Visit on his twitter for latest updates.

After his military service, Robert Ivy spent many years building a career as an architect and writer. He has written and testified on different architecture from around the world. He is an exceptional individual who has made it easier for the entire world to gain access to the subject of architecture. He rightfully deserves his spot on the prestigious list of Noel Polk award honorees.

Before taking the role of CEO for The American Institute of Architects, he worked as the head editor for McGraw-Hill’s Architectural Record. Under his guidance, the Architectural Record was distributed to many countries around the world and received many awards. During his tenure as CEO of The American Institute of Architects, he worked hard to help the institute gain recognition around the world. The institute has seven chapters around the world. These chapters work with American architects in many countries. Robert Ivy successfully communicated the importance of design and was honored by the fraternity Alpha Rho Chi. The fraternity recognizes Ivy as a Master Architect, an honor that has only been given to seven individuals in the fraternity’s existence. He is the only person in this century to be bestowed this honor.

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