At first, all three pairs of pages might look the same. The left page is empty and on the right page there’s a drawing. Also, those drawings describe more or less the same. It’s all about the geometric basics of architecture. Which geometric figures can be made in a two-dimensional space and how do they interfere with each other? How can they be transformed into three-dimensional structures and what would the joints have to look like? Why is the left page empty? Maybe because the paper is thin and you can see through it? Or is it just empty space for taking notes? The drawings are all placed a bit uncleanly, not exactly parallel to the page.
Patrick Steiner, 20-937-207, Denver