The most difficult and important part of landing a job after graduation will be getting the attention of a recruiter. As an architect, much of the work you complete will be assignments or projects of smaller scale designs and the best way to showcase your capabilities is through an ePortfolio. Instead of using an old paper portfolio that requires printing, shipping, and extra costs, ePortfolios are a great way for architecture students to get their work out there for firms to see without needing to be seen in person and still wow them.
Check out these awesome Portfoliums below and see why they caught our attention!
Completing the final year of her architecture program, Sophia Liu possesses a profoundly creative mind and is proud to share her photography and design work with the rest of the world.
Already some of her collaboration work is on display in the Guadalupe Cultural Center, Adriana Duarte is a promising architect with an interesting approach to design and enjoys continuously refining her work.
Despite only being in her second year of the architecture program at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Erin Boyd is bursting with creativity and already has several designs to show off in her ePortfolio.
Inspired by his travels, Connor Church has a variety of cultures mixed in with his own style in his designs that are a blend of his experiences in his work.
Hopefully some of these ePortfolios are helpful to you when you’re creating your own ePortfolio. Discover even more architecture ePortfolios.
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