The City and Country Builder’s and Workman’s Treasury of designs - Archived Posted on 11/03/202009/13/2021 Task 2Three spreads chosen to showcase different parts of the book Looking at this spread it is obviously a part of the book where information is given to the reader in form of a continuous text (separated into parts by numbered paragraphs). Here we see the ending of the first chapter and the beginning of the next.The margins are of an average size (not extra large for note taking) and there is also no official designated space for note-taking on the pages. So the text is meant to be understandable by itself. Here we see the ending of the text part (shown by the word ‘finis’) and we are now seeing a drawing for the first time.One can also observe that the page numbering stops with the end of the text part. (all pages with drawings are not numbered) The text portion is separated in multiple ways from the collection of drawings (interesting, but why?) This layout is how the rest of the book is built up. There is always one empty page and a technical drawing on the other. The question arises, why the first page is empty. To take notes or make drawings? (why does the drawing in the previous spread not have this space?) Has it got something to do with the printing method?