In life People do amazing things and accomplish their wildest dreams. A lot of people work their whole life and never receive honor of praise for the efforts. This is something that should h be done less in the future. One person who doesn’t have to worry about that is Robert Ivy. He is being awarded the Noel Polk Lifetime Achievement Award by the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters. This respect and great honor are given to living Mississippi-related skilled workers and workmen. It is for those who accumulated work over a lifetime of making, performing, or supporting craftsmanship. This man has created a life and resume that really shows that he deserves this honor. Visit architectmagazine.com to know more about Robert Ivy.
Robert Ivy got a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Sewanee also known as the University of the South. Robert Ivy was the editor of McGraw-Hill’s Architectural Record before joining the AIA in 2011. Under Ivy’s authority, architectural Record was spread worldwide and accumulated various honors, including the National Magazine Honor for excellent. This talented man was also was in charge of McGraw-Hill’s Design and construction media in its development in China. He actually created a Mandarin rendition of architectural Record, in the middle East. Not only did he do that, but he also wrote his own biography “Fay Jones: architect. It was distributed around the world in 2001 and is currently in its third release. The book shows the work of Robert Ivy who was influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright. The art Library Society of North America loved Fay Jones: architect for its principles of “scholarship, design, and production”. Robert Ivy also in his life served as a member of the United States Navy. Follow Robert Ivy at Twitter.
Ivy lived a life full Good Deeds and good work. he is an author, editor, and an architect. he helped the AIA turn into the global Institute it is to this day. he really wanted to spread the word on architecture around the world and that is what he did. Congratulations to him for not only accomplishing much in his career but for being around to be celebrated for his work.