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Architecture Portfolios: 30+ Inspiring Examples

Last Updated January 5 2024

Juhil Mendpara

Written By Juhil Mendpara

Your architecture portfolio website can make or break your chances of getting the next job. So ensure you make a great online portfolio ⁠— take inspiration from some of the best architecture portfolios we have discovered!

An architect’s portfolio should showcase their work. Excellent photography (and sometimes even 3D models) and complementing website copy are critical. The portfolio design should use whitespace to frame photography and avoid clutter. The style of typography and photography can be used to communicate a vibe. You can also tell your or previous projects’ stories to create a stronger appeal.

Overall, architect websites are pretty simple— potential clients expect just a portfolio and ways to contact the architect. Therefore, ensure those two elements are perfect - have a professional click the photos and make the contact details obvious and easy to find.

Note : Since there’s very little to play within the architecture portfolio web designs, we have only described the first few portfolio websites in-depth. The rest follow a similar template as one of the described ones.

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Screenshot of Hamilton Snowber, from the architecture portfolios collection.

Cynthia Hamilton and Chris Snowber are the brains behind this architectural firm. They focus on residential properties that connect the many stages of the building process from architect to builder.

The company website/portfolio site is very straightforward (which you should aim for when building your architecture portfolio).

The landing page has two columns: The main section is a slideshow of (top-notch!) images of some of their projects with CTAs to each project. And the left sidebar is a navigation section.

You can find their new work, work in progress, and past works from the navigation. Besides, they have links to all the typical pages in the navigation bar - about, contact, media, etc.

Screenshot of Douglas Cardinal, from the architecture portfolios collection.

Douglas Cardinal studied at The University of British Columbia before moving to Texas and becoming an architecture student. His love for nature flows through his work and creates a unique flow of design.

Right as you enter his website, the tagline “Without any preconceptions, I evolve a design from the inside out, open to all possibilities.” mesmerizes you. His philosophy page is equally impressive, with mentions of his “signature style of harmonious curvilinear forms,” “understanding of architecture as a tool to better the world,” and more.

The central part: His portfolio items are placed a bit deep into the website under Work \> Categories (Spiritual, Educational, Health, Museums, Masterplans, Housing, Lodging, Civic, Commercial) \> Pages, but each portfolio piece is well presented with great pictures. We’d recommend keeping the portfolio items as easily accessible as possible.

Screenshot of Sasaki, from the architecture portfolios collection.

Sasaki has been in the works for over 65 years and only continues to grow. Their design style blends many different outlooks to create a forward-moving design concept with sustainability at the top.

Their website has a modern feel to it. It has fantastic fonts, amazing animations, high-quality photos, and concise copy.

On their Projects page, they have a search bar to find if you are looking for any specific architecture design project and filters if you want to look at their projects in a particular sector, region, service, or type of architecture. In addition, each project’s details include multiple well-shot photos from across the project’s premises, and each photo has a precise, well-describing caption.

Just like with the Projects section, Sasaki nails all the website’s pages. In short, if you have a big architecture firm, Sasaki’s online portfolio and the website design are worth looking up to.

Screenshot of EPT Design, from the architecture portfolios collection.

EPT Design is a large firm that combines customer service, passion, and design for the ultimate delivery of a project. Their passion for creative spaces and unique designs shows through in various ways, including in their parks and residential projects.

If you can’t think of any other template for your portfolio website, simply copying EPT Design’s web design & structure will put your website in the top percentage of the architecture portfolio websites.

They have perhaps the best first impression of all on this list. The above-the-fold section of their website is a slideshow of full-page images of their best work. Then, as you scroll down, they introduce you to what they do, who they are, how they go about projects, and some of their past work.

Then there’s their portfolio/work page. It is well-categorized and well-designed, with ample white space and high-quality images of the projects. You can click on any project to find more details, including who the client was, who the architect was, what awards the design won, what LEED score the project got, and more.

Screenshot of Darra Joinery , from the architecture portfolios collection.

Darra Joinery, a family-run design firm in Australia, focuses on the details. Their residential and commercial project designs boast beauty, from delicate elements to masculine designs.

The first thing you will see on their website is the options to either explore their residential projects portfolio or commercial projects portfolio. Whichever you click, the next page has only the two primary elements any architect’s portfolio must have: images (with description) and a way to contact.

Screenshot of Arena, from the architecture portfolios collection.

Arena, it’s all in the name. They create stadiums and arenas for sporting facilities around the world. They plan, design, and then build.

If it wasn’t clear by their name, the website will make it clear for you and convince you to hire them in case you are looking to build a stadium!

The hero section text reads, “WE ARE 100% SPECIALIZED IN STADIUMS AND ARENAS. We are leading the development of the new Sport and Entertainment Infrastructure in South America.” And the background image is a massive, fully-filled stadium.

And, of course, they have a projects page with featured projects’ photos and descriptions.

Screenshot of O

Steven O’Neil and Mary Langan started their design company in 1996 in Manhattan, which now has over 50 employees. Their impressive work profile consists of retail projects and residential and hospitality designs.

The website’s design is straightforward. On the homepage, you just see an automatically changing slideshow of images of their works. To learn more, you have to click on the relevant menu item. For example, to see their entire portfolio, you have to click on ⁠— guess what ⁠— Work, where all the projects are tidily presented in a Behance-like grid format.

Screenshot of Huseby Homes, from the architecture portfolios collection.

Craig and Nichole Huseby started Huseby Homes in 1998. Together they create homes and work on remodels that result in stunning spaces with southern style as well as modernistic.

Their website looks a bit corny, but it’s still definitely worth looking at for foundational inspiration. Its full-size homepage images give it a modern look. The navigation bar is minimal, with the only three options anyone would look for in an architect’s website: About, Portfolio, and Contact. Below the fold, the homepage contains the typical yet must-have testimonials, a bio, a ‘latest’ section, and a contact form.

Screenshot of Emmanuelle Moureaux, from the architecture portfolios collection.

Emmanuelle Moureaux is an architect, artist, and designer born in France. Currently living in Tokyo, her studio was born there in 2003. You can find Japanese elements within all of her designs.

Screenshot of Donna Riley, from the architecture portfolios collection.

Founded in 2002, the Donna Riley Architect firm creates beautiful residential homes. During each and every design, she focuses on going green and maintaining sustainability as one of her top priorities.

Screenshot of K.O.T., from the architecture portfolios collection.

Located in Tel-Aviv, Israel, K.O.T. Architects specialize in a variety of designs beyond architecture. They use research and fresh concepts to create beautiful buildings as well as furniture to be purchased.

Screenshot of Simon Aldridge, from the architecture portfolios collection.

Simon Aldridge is the designer who started ALDRIDGE ATELIER, a company that offers design services in the USA and the UK. Visit his site for the long list of awards he’s received over the years for his work.

Screenshot of Creative Windows, from the architecture portfolios collection.

Creative Windows does just that: create unique windows made of aluminum and steel framing windows as well as doors. Check out their portfolio with some cool options such as descending and sky frame windows.

Screenshot of Sonder Creative, from the architecture portfolios collection.

Usman Dawood and Anete Lusina are the two photographers behind the brand. With a focus on architectural photography, you can find both beautiful and breathtaking images from previous projects that consist of residential to commercial properties.

Screenshot of SRA , from the architecture portfolios collection.

SRA Architects is composed of many different designers. Each designer within the group has a strong desire to create solutions for commercial purposes such as educational and research buildings.

Screenshot of AOA, from the architecture portfolios collection.

AOA is a unique design company with some amazing and wild projects. Their resume includes roller coasters and other theme park attractions as well as full out resorts.

Screenshot of Villa Rondinelli, from the architecture portfolios collection.

Villa Rondinelli is a company that creates beautiful architectural designs for a variety of different projects including garden and landscapes. You can book their unique spaces for photo shoots, special events and more.

Screenshot of Lex Bell, from the architecture portfolios collection.

Lex Bell is from London where he works on both high-end designs as well as residential. He is also an entrepreneur and founder of other start up companies.

Screenshot of ISSHO, from the architecture portfolios collection.

Okinawa is home to ISSHO Architects. Their design results in buildings, spaces and furniture that is sleek and maintains an urban feel all around.

Screenshot of Clever Architecture, from the architecture portfolios collection.

Marcia and Russ studied architecture in college. They both had different ideas and styles that they have since decided to merge together for some amazing designs. This allows them to take on many different kinds of projects.

Screenshot of Craiker Architects & Planners, from the architecture portfolios collection.

Chris Craiker has been president of this company for 30 years now. They operate out of California and have received numerous awards for their work and craftsmanship in design.

Screenshot of CODG, from the architecture portfolios collection.

CODG can assist in the design and build side of projects as well as the construction itself. Their portfolio of absolutely stunning home designs with gorgeous cottage style details making each one unique.

Screenshot of Sighte Studio, from the architecture portfolios collection.

Sighte Studio are the architectural experts in all things related to lighting. They collaborate with other design professionals using not only lighting that is beautiful but is also sustainable.

Screenshot of LERA, from the architecture portfolios collection.

LERA is a huge constructional engineer firm that has worked on many high profile jobs. Beyond designing itself, they also offer consulting services and investigations.

Screenshot of JJ Design Studio, from the architecture portfolios collection.

JJ Design Studio contains a beautiful collection of interior designs projects. Julia, who has a masters in architecture is the creator of JJ Design Studio in London. She combines design and function seamlessly.

Screenshot of Butz and Klug, from the architecture portfolios collection.

Butz and Klug architecture strives to create unique buildings. No set style is required, they are excited to work and create concepts that work for that project and customer specifically.

Screenshot of Fernando Daher Alvarenga, from the architecture portfolios collection.

Fernando works for Zaha Hadid Architects. He has an education and work history in design that deals with the entirety of a project. With an urban design vibe, he handles project management to 3D imaging.

Screenshot of REFIN, from the architecture portfolios collection.

Born in Italy, this company has beautiful projects around the globe. They sell pBorn in Italy, this company has beautiful projects around the globe. They sell porcelain tiles for purchase that they include in their projects which include restaurants and retail designs.orcelain tiles for purchase that they include in their projects which include restaurants and retail designs.

Screenshot of Valerio Dewalt Train Associates , from the architecture portfolios collection.

This design company consists of many individuals each with a different niche focus. They operate as a powerhouse assembly line that offers architecture, interior design, programming and more.

Screenshot of o2, from the architecture portfolios collection.

You can find super sleek designs from o2 Architects. Ranging from residential to hospitality to full out remodels, you can see a modernized theme throughout all of their projects in California.

Screenshot of J.Rameau, from the architecture portfolios collection.

The motto for this design and strategy company is to consider more of a holistic tone within their projects. People come first and foremost in their designs and understanding their needs.