On the first spread (p.100), we can notice that there’s a connection between the ground floor and his perspective representation in the space that is being established. It shows us how we can from a two dimensional drawing create a three dimensional context with the help of a certain geometrical construction lines.
The second spread (p.206) is very interesting cause it is the only page in the book which gives us a visual overview of the five orders. With this kind of lexicon, we are able to compare the different designs (similarities & differences)
The third spread (p.501) reminded me of Palladio’s ‘Mannerism’. We can see the association of the order and the ‘Rustika’. On the second drawing we can even see the ‘Rustika’ going over the column which creates a certain ambiguity.