American Institute of Architects And Its Sustained Relevance Up To This Day

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In this article, we will explore one of the innumerable magnificent people in the world who try to make a difference in architecture: Robert Ivy, the Head of American Institute of Architects.

Robert Ivy’s Passion for Great Architecture

It may be easy to say here that Robert Ivy’s passion for great design and use of architecture to fix practical problems is one of the big reasons that Robert right now is the head of such wonderful institution.

Indeed, AIA is making Robert Ivy proud. With AIA’s involvement in designing the renowned buildings in the United States and its steadily increasing reputation, you must believe that Robert has a lot to do with it.

Right now it is one of the offers of AIA to promote education and community redevelopment programs that help in improving the architects’ approach on design and public image. In the attempts of AIA to offer the support to various people, it’s now easy for new architects to get the exposure and opportunities that otherwise they may lack.

Most importantly, you should know that Robert’s role in AIA’s growth is instrumental and could not be more critical. It is under Robert’s leadership that the 90,000 new member architects have found a good place for them to start their career.

It is with Mr. Robert’s guide that many of today’s ethical standards have well been employed well. The waters of the success of AIA could easily be said to have come from the leadership of Robert’s nature. View Robert Ivy’s profile at LinkedIn

It is the custom of AIA to always succeed in every promotion or project that they have. With Robert’s role in all of this, it is now easy for AIA to always stay relevant and keep the fire of passion burning so more architects in the future will learn more about the craft without being duped by snake oil salesmen and charlatans. Sure, there might be a lot of organizations out there who offer the same services as AIA. But how sure are you that it’s as great as AIA being led by Mr. Robert?

Learn more:https://dirt.asla.org/2011/06/22/robert-ivy-on-the-future-of-architecture/