They say that a picture can be a thousand words, but that won’t do you any good if they are not controlled words, words that describe your idea clearly to the viewer. When it comes to presenting ideas, one of the most important things is trying to balance between fragmenting and integrating ideas. When it comes to integrating ideas, nothing is more annoying than a failed format, and nothing is more pleasant and informative than a successful one. The way we arrange photos, drawings and pictures, often referring to the same exact element, will determine how receptive the viewer is of our project. In the case of the Architecture School Admissions, it will make the difference between an M.Arch. applicant, and an M.Arch. Candidate.