The Process Portfolio

This past week, I finished my second term at architecture school!
(BUT, I’ll have more on that later).

At that time, I also finished my Process Portfolio for the term, AND I rebound my old B1 (first term) Portfolio to match my new one. This helped tie the two together, and make it easy for the “year end review” committee.

To summarize, I’ll quote the Dalhousie School of Architecture on the Process Portfolio:

“Design portfolios are records of your design work, research interests, and design abilities…¬†Assembling a portfolio can help you reflect on your strengths, weaknesses, accomplishments, and interests. In the BEDS program, the main portfolio is a “process portfolio.” It is a thorough record of your design research and analysis, your design work-in-progress, and your finished design work during a single term.”

Although it is a full term later, I’d like to share the huge amount of work you produce as a student of architecture in a single, 3 month term. This week I’ll be offering up my B1 [First Term] Portfolio – and next week I’ll share B2 (when I finish that video).

You can view the B1 Process Portfolio video with very short commentary here:


Cheers + Stay Creative,

– Matt