The American Institute of Architects (AIA) based in the United States is a professional organization for architects that has its headquarters in Washington, D.C. AIA offers community development, government advocacy, education as well as public outreach to improve its public image while supporting the architecture profession.
Additionally, American Institute of Architects (AIA), works with some members in the design and construction industry to help in their coordination of the building industry.
A wise and soft-spoken, Robert Ivy is the present head of American Institute of Architects. Ivy has a firm believe that Architecture might have an enormous impact on many areas spanning from offering disaster relief solutions to health improvement. The AIA has been receiving attention outside the design profession in the recent month.
American Institute of Architect’s Monthly Architecture Billings Index is one of the accurate general economic indicators for the locals in the United States. During a global gathering of political, cultural and business leaders at the Clinton Global Initiative’s Annual Meeting in September, the firm announced a ten-year commitment to improving solutions in addition to programs that focus on public health, sustainability and resilience to natural disasters in the urban regions.
Additionally, the organization supports university researchers with grants as part of their commitment. Also, it looks forward to working with a community plan that is yet-to-be-named a central international city and holding an intensive hackathon to develop a phone app or any other software project that may be necessary.
The International architecture, now residing in New Washington, D.C, Robert Ivy, was born in Columbus, Mississippi. Ivy obtained a bachelor’s degree from Sewanee University and a master’s degree in design from Tulane.
Ivy oversaw publication of approximately 33 papers in print and digital editions while he served as the Chief Editor of Architectural Record as well as the Editorial Director of the McGraw-Hill Construction. Architectural Record received an assortment of publishing industry nobilities such as the premier magazine journalism award, and the American Society of Magazine Editors National Award for General Excellence among others during Robert’s tenure.
Robert obtained the G.D. Crain Award for lifetime contributions to editorial distinction in business media in 2009. Consequently, he was referred to as “Master Architect” in 2010 by Alps Rho Chi for his effectiveness in communicating the value contained within the design industry.
Robert’s designation is the only one in the 21st industry. Other individuals who existed a long time ago and shares the same title include Richard Buckminster Fuller, Cass Gilbert, Eliel Saarinen among others.https://www.architecturalrecord.com/articles/5547-architectural-record-editor-in-chief-robert-ivy-to-head-aia