comment on Xenotheka_98:
As I was searhing for books that have some similarities as mine, “Mémoires sur les objets les plus importants de l’architecture”, I came across the book you found from the Xenotheka, “Monumens érigés en France a la gloire de Louis XV”. Both of them were written by the same author, Pierre Patte, which is also my searching term for the task. Although the book you found illustrates more specific information about the monuments and mine is more general and broad, there are still detailed descriptions of monumental constructions in my book. You mentioned that the author shows his idea for future projects, and I find it interesting because there are also many of his thoughts in my book that correspond to its title, the most important aspects for architcture, not only for now, but for future plans.
comment on Argument_300:
As I was searhing for books that have some similarities as mine, “Mémoires sur les objets les plus importants de l’architecture”, I came across this book. Firstly, It is obvious to see from the title that both books are memoirs or collections of some elements. But the book 300 is more specific and only focuses on The Panthéon in Paris, whereas my book shows general information of architecture. Both of them were written in French and at the time of the 18th century. Also, the life story of both authors have some common aspects. They were assistants and worked under another great architect. After that, they became independent and worked on their own. At last, what I would like to mention is that the two books also contains similarities on the format: there are detailed illustrations in the books, which are sometimes folded chalcography, to show some graphic information.