The first spread I chose from Della architettura (pages 135 and 136) show three different drawings. Drawings which show us different perspectives from a building. The first one (Drawing A) is the ground plan of the building. The second one (Drawing B) shows us the front plan of the building. The third (Drawing C) is a perspective drawing. I chose this drawing because these are one of the essential drawings for every planning of a building/model.
The second spread (pages 250 and 251) there are examples of different patterns. I find these patterns quite interesting because they don’t have a starting or finish. They are infinite and repetitive.
The third spread (pages 494 and 495) on the very last pages of an architecture themed book there’s an illustration of a human body (front and back view). The human body is separated by horizontal lines.