Comment on Argument_83Palladio:
To find your book I typed in illustrations. In this post you talk about the neatly and very detailed illustrations which your book contains. The is similar to my book called «Recueil elementaire d’architecture». The author de Neufforge actually did all the engravings and illustration by himself. You also mention that your book treats the five orders and shows a lot of examples. This is also a similarity between our books. I also looked at the other posts about your treatise and I stumbled across the Xenoteka post. There I noticed that we also choose the same book ( Elements of Architecture, written by Rem Kohlhaas). I think the detailed illustrations are an important connection from our books to the one from Rem Kohlhaas.
Comment on Xenotheka_11:
I typed in Rem Kohlhaas, because my book ( Recueil elementaire d’architecture by Jean-François de Neufforge) has a lot similarities to Kohlhaas’ book despite being written years later. So I came across your post. You also have the book «Elements of architecture» from Rem Kohlhaas chosen in the task Xenotheka. My book also contains a lot of drawings and shows architectural elements like yours and the one of Kohlhaas. Furthermore you write that your next keyword in Alice was “five orders” which also is fitting the content of my book, I actually also searched for five orders to find similar books for the Xenotheka task.
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