In this book with full-written pages, this page with the table jumped right into my eye. As with the other pages, the margin was chosen very wide, probably to make notes by the reader. The table therefore takes up little space on the page and is also not placed centrally. As the title says, this page is about the brickwork. The table is full of numbers that should indicate the thickness of each layer of masonry.
These pages reminded me of theory sheets from math classes. Mathematical equations can be recognized, which are explained by small text passages. The pages are structured in a clear form with intervals.
In short paragraphs the qualities as well as the production of the different materials like sand, mortar, brick, etc. are explained. Each paragraph has its own title, which makes the structure of the site clearer. The spacing creates a clearer structure, which is not present in comparison to the fully written next page. The generous margins, which are like this throughout the book, should allow the reader to take notes for himself.