I am excited to finally introduce Portfolio Volume 04. As I have said many times before, nothing beats being able to see work in printed form, especially after seeing some of these images for over two years only on the screen. This has been a long time coming and the release date has had to be pushed back several times. However, the book is available for purchase both on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
Below are some photos of the book along with some information on what to expect inside…
Matte finish cover, matte interior pages on premium 70lb paper.
Four projects over the course of two years explained through multiple graphical approaches.
Some diagrams you have seen and some others you have not.
Floor plans, elevations, sections, and other traditional representational techniques.
Full bleed, full resolution perspective illustrations.
Finally, something that I hope everyone will find helpful, 29 of the images have been broken down at the end of the book showing the 3D model line work, base renderings, and steps performed in Photoshop. This will allow quick references of what software programs were used and where they were implemented into the workflow.
I want to say a special thank you to Jeff Kruth and Matt Uminski for their help with getting this book ready for prime time, as well as my wife, Kim.
My knowledge of architecture is only as an observer and beneficiary.
But this portfolio looks awesome!
New vision – New heights!
我迫不及待想要看到它了，a junior year architecture student from China,your fans
Have a professional question though, running across this question myself, how do you go about presenting these projects in a professional manner (i.e. job interview) given the projects age?
Hey Alex, as always, beautiful beautiful work man! Quick query here, I live in Kenya and want to purchase the portfolio. Is it possible to have it shipped here?
A stunning body of work. Bravo.
All I can say is WOW.
I’m a third year undergrad and in the process of creating my very first portfolio. I’ve spent DAYS combing your site looking for inspiration and ways to rework my projects.
My personal favorite in this Volume is your Contents page. I love seeing your projects in elevation and imagining these monolithic letters sitting behind.
Kudos & please keep sharing your work!!
I’m a fan of your work!
A quick question: I prefer minimal portfolio covers. I was wondering if it is a good idea to represent the best work on your portfolio on the cover page? Probably in a very minimal, conceptual way?
Thanks for sharing your knowledge! I have had your blog bookmarked for years 😀
i just have one question , usually wha type of paper you use to print out the portfolio ?
you share your hard work. we thank you for this.
nice work dear. keep going on.
very nice design
wow, this is what I call designing. SO neat, modern and fancy