The American Institute Of Architects Looks To Develop Human Performance In The Best Possible Way

The American Institute of Architects performs many important tasks regarding the development and maintenance of the construction industry in the U.S. One area this membership-only group has become important is in the development of a series of educational programs and articles created in a bid to make sure the architects of the world are given the opportunity to learn the techniques used to develop buildings that are both beautiful and efficient. Under the leadership of CEO Robert Ivy, the American Institute of Architects has developed its teaching opportunities for all its 90,000 members.

Robert Ivy first rose to prominence as the Editor-in-Chief of “Architectural Record” at a time when the magazine became the most important in the architectural industry. The high level of skill of Ivy became known through his work as the 16 print and 17 digital publications he oversaw were among the best reviewed in the industry and won numerous awards; Robert Ivy became known for his outspoken belief in fighting on behalf of the architectural industry as new challenges began to materialize in the digital age we are currently living in.

Ensuring the people of the world have the chance to work and live in buildings and environments created to help every person in achieving their best results has been a major part of the work of the American Institute of Architects and been the focus of much of the work of Robert Ivy; articles by some of the most important architects and social behavioral researchers are commonplace throughout the Online presence of the membership group from experts including Dr. Eve Edelstein.

In a recent article published by the American Institute of Architects Dr. Eve Edelstein explained her view of how best to design public buildings such as medical environments needing to provide ease of use for both professionals and patients. Dr. Edelstein explained her own view backed by the American Institute of Architects is to design every space specifically for the needs of the institution and the individuals who will be using the space; improving the individual experience of living and working in specific spaces has become one of the main areas of concern for the American Institute of Architects and impressive CEO Robert Ivy. Read more on Higher Creation at https://www.nytimes.com/topic/organization/american-institute-of-architects