Architect, CEO

A Lifetime Of Succes For Robert Ivy Honored

Looking back at the role of honor for the Noel Polk Lifetime Achievement Award from the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters one sees a who’s who of artists, writers, and actors. The latest recipient of the award, architect Robert Ivy sees the work of this industry specialist honored as MIAL takes a new approach to the award. Ivy has proven to be much more than an architect of note with his work as a writer, editor, and global ambassador also taken into consideration. In 1996, Robert Ivy became the Editor-in-Chief of “Architectural Record“, a magazine often cited as the “bible” of architects around the world. By the time of his appointment, Ivy was a prominent architect after taking the position of creative leader at the Dean/Dale, Dean & Ivy practice before making the move into journalism. Over the course of his career, he has become known for bringing the…

Architect, Robert Ivy

The American Institute of Arts’ CEO Robert Ivy will receive the Noel

Polk Lifetime Achievement Award from the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters. The news came through a press release issued by AIA earlier this week. Mr. Robert Ivy has entered into the books of history as the first architects to receive such an award from the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters. He joins a list of previous honorees which include; actor Morgan Freeman who was awarded in the year 2007, Writer Eudora Welty who received the award in 2001, writer Shelby Foote who got the same award in 2001, the later artist Walter Anderson (1989) and singer Leontyne Price (2000) and more The current AIA President Carl Elefante congratulated Mr. Robert Ivy for receiving the award terming him as a hard working individual. “I am delighted to hear that MIAL has recognized Mr. Ivy’s efforts and awarded him with the prestigious Noel Polk Lifetime Achievement Award. Ivy has done…

Architect

American Institute Of Architects And Five-Star Leadership

Robert Ivy, FAIA (Fellow of the American Institute of Architects) is an authoritative individual in the American architectural field right now. He’s actually the main individual who represents an organization that’s called the American Institute of Architects. Architecture aficionados may recognize Ivy as being the professional group’s Chief Executive Officer. He was also picked to be its Executive Vice President. Robert Ivy has held the former role since 2011. Ivy’s position as the person who runs the show at the American Institute of Architects isn’t at all a random one. The group was deeply impressed with his comprehensive career. He was Architectural Record’s Editor in Chief in the nineties. He had an outstanding track record with McGraw-Hill Construction Media as well. He was its Editorial Director for some time. He was its Vice President, too. There were many entities that were under the guidance of McGraw-Hill then. These included HQ…

Architect, Designer

If You Want Original Decor Then Richard Mishaan Is The Man With The Plan

Richard Mishaan Design is an eclectic mix of art and furniture. He is the artist of Interior Design and uses his imagination to transform rooms into a livable work of art. He designs by his own set of rules and that is what makes his talent unique. The Richard Mishaan Design Company did a hotel makeover that’s a really different. The hotel doesn’t look like the thousands of others with rug designs so busy they can upset the stomach or make you cross eyed. Or rooms so dark you want to leave the light on all night. You will be surprised and thrilled of the magic he uses to transform any room into a masterpiece. The Shelborne Wyndham Grand Hotel in South Beach, Florida had a makeover from Richard Mishaan Design of New York. The lower half of the wall is a dark color allowing the cream, black, and light…