portfolio advice


I hold a master's degree in urban design and an undergraduate degree in architecture. It has been a couple of years since I worked mainly as a 3D visualizer. I am currently preparing a portfolio to apply for a master's degree in architecture. How many samples of my work should I include? I plan on keeping it under 30 pages, and here are my samples:
1. Two studios from my bachelor's degree
2. A studio from my master's degree
3. An interior design I did by myself during my career.
4. A small educational space that I designed with a group.
5. While studying for my master's degree, I worked as a TA for a professor and co-designed a small pavilion for his undergraduate architecture class.

Is it too much guys?

Sep 3, 22 1:31 pm
Non Sequitur

pretend that you need to keep it under 10 pages so that will force you to cut the fat. Then add  a few more pages of personal works and other creative design explorations not tied to previous school assignments. 

Sep 3, 22 1:57 pm  · 
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