ARC 490 / 590: Portfolio Design

"Madrid, Donde no se Pone el Sol." Winning Entry. Madrid Int'l. Convention Ctr. Competition. Mansilla Tuñón. 2007 (Fragment).

"Madrid, Donde no se Pone el Sol." Winning Entry. Madrid Int'l. Convention Ctr. Competition. Mansilla Tuñón. 2007 (Fragment) 

The seminar gives students an opportunity to explore and improve techniques for assembling legible, clear, graphically engaging work portfolios. The capacity to produce, format, manipulate and present design work is a key skill in the visual communication and conceptual narrative of an architect's career. 

Through the completion of their assignments, students are expected to develop a graphically highly refined design portfolio at the end of the semester. The class will require design work from previous semesters, which will be the basis for the final portfolio. 

Faculty

2/21/19
Miguel Guitart, Ph.D. is an architect and academic from Madrid, Spain. He teaches as Clinical Associate Professor at the Department of Architecture at the School of Architecture and Planning at the University at Buffalo, State University of New York.

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