The current chief executive office of the American Institute of Architects Roberty Ivy has won the Lifetime Achievement Award. He has won the award in recognition of his excellence in the artistic and creative fields. As the CEO of the American Institute of Architects, Robert Ivy has provided both expertise and leadership to guide this organization into becoming one that is renowned worldwide. With this latest award, Robert has been able to distinguish himself among his peers and in the architecture industry. Ivy becomes the first Mississippi native to win this prestigious award. He joins a number of other well known winners of this award such as Walter Anderson, Morgan Freeman and Eudora Welty. Read more about Robert Ivy at Tulane School of Architecture website.
Since wining the award, Robert Ivy has received a lot of high praise. The MIAL President Nancy LaForge has said that Ivy has been able to make architecture more accessible to the general public. She has also said that Robert’s work as a writer, author and commentator on architecture have allowed him to prove his true expertise in the field. With his many talents, Robert will now be able to occupy a rightful place among a prestigious list of Noel Polk Award winners. Visit Archinect to know more about Robert Ivy.
Along with earning praise from Nancy LaForge, Robert Ivy has also earned praise from one of his colleagues as well. The President of the American Institute of Architects Carl Elefante has said that Robert is a key ambassador of the field. With his experience as an author, editor and practicing architect, Robert has been able to set a positive example for many others in the field. Winning the Lifetime Achievement Award is the crowning achievement of his career and Elefante is very happy that is colleague has won such a high honor.
Since becoming the chief executive officer of the American Institute of Architects, Robert Ivy has expanded it to many other parts of the world. With a global presence, the organization is able to provide guidance and mentorship to a number of practicing architects worldwide. Therefore, Robert has been able to make the organization one that provides a very positive impact on members in the field.