I'm curious why, in the final presentation, the perspectives are left
to the end.
Yes, the presentation is to architecturally savvy critics, judges, and
classmates who could all be expected to read the more dry drawings but
a perspective can say so much about the general. They're also a little
Which COULD be a reason to save them for the end, bracket the
presentation with flash.
Still, my inclination would be to give the viewer a general base from
which to work and interpret the rest.