Pages_Vitruvius - Archived Posted on 11/15/202009/13/2021 On the first spread (p.262), we can notice that there’s a strong connection between drawings and text. In this case the drawings explain to the reader how a capital is made, not so much the text. The text looks like an addition, in fact from the drawings you can understand everthing. Also in these case the second spread (p.56) has many drawings that take the reader’s attention and explain clearly how this cathedral is made and its materiality. The text seems to be an addition to the drawing. The third spread (p.176) caught my attention because of its particular impagination, in fact I can imagine that the author accompanies the reader towards the end of the chapter. It does so in an elegant way because it changes the structure of the page.