Robert Ivy has received many honors throughout his brilliant career. He is an architect who has redefined the industry in a number of different ways. Ivy’s approach to architecture has brought a wide range of attention to the art form. He is credited with making it a more mainstream subject around the world, which has led to a spike in consumer interest. Ivy’s credits include awards from some of the most respected organizations in Architecture.
Robert Ivy was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters. The Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters recognizes individuals who achieve greatness in their field and are connected to the state of Mississippi. Follow Robert Ivy on Twitter.
Robert Ivy used his platform as CEO of the American Institute of Arts to spread his vision to others. The Institute is now noted as a global organization and has its highest membership in the 160 year history of its existence.
Robert Ivy became the editor-in-chief of the Architectural Record in 1996. The publication grew exceptionally well under Ivy’s leadership. It is considered to be the most accepted architectural journal in the world. Ivy also assumed control of Green Source: The magazine of Sustainable Design.
The Architectural Record it is an award winning publication that was noted by the American Society of Magazine Editors National Magazine Award for General Excellence. It is a prestigious honor that is normally not given to a professional journal.
Robert Ivy has achieved personal titles throughout his career. He was honored with the Crain Award, which is unique as it is not presented to an individual. Ivy would also be was given the title of Master Architect by the Alpha Rho Chi National Architectural Fraternity. There are only six other people other than Ivy to receive this title in the one hundred year history of the fraternity.