In June of 2018, Robert Ivy was named the latest winner of one of the most prestigious awards in the architecture field. Ivy won the Lifetime Achievement Award. By winning this award, he became yet another Mississippi native to earn this highly coveted honor. With this award, Robert Ivy now joins a list of many people who have been major contributors in the performing arts occupations. He will now be in the company of famous individuals such as actor Morgan Freeman. At an award ceremony in June, Robert officially received the award. As the winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award, Ivy has added yet another award to his already impressive list of achievements. Learn more about Robert Ivy at zdnet.com.
With Robert Ivy winning the Lifetime Achievement Award, he has earned the respect and admiration of many people in his professional circle. There are a number of colleagues who have said that Robert’s latest award win has allowed him to further prove himself in the field. They have said that with his latest accomplishment, Ivy is one of the top ambassadors of architecture. Robert has proven himself in a number of different fields in both the media and also as a practicing architect. His colleagues all believe that Robert is well deserving of the Lifetime Achievement Award and are very happy that he was named the latest most recent winner of it.
Before Robert Ivy started his career, he earned a graduate degree in architecture. After earning a Master’s degree, Robert began working as a writer. During his time as a writer, Ivy would write a number of articles about a number of unique topics about the architecture field. With his contributions, he was able to inform a number of architects about the latest trends in the field. He would then move on to become an editor where he would continue publishing articles about key topics about the field. While he was working as an editor, Robert would become the editor in chief at a major architecture publication and win a top award. In 2011, Robert Ivy would pursue an opportunity to become the chief executive officer of the American Institute of Architects. As the top executive of this organization, he has expanded it to a number of locations worldwide.