In this book there can be found a lot of different types of drawings and illustrations: They always fill one double page, where the other side of the page remains blank, but you can still see the drawing shimmering trough the thin paper as the illustrations were drawn by hand with black ink.
The images are neither numbered nor is there any collection with e.g. Titles or the total number of illustrations. They are also not build in the text work but just kind of interrupt the flowing text.
Depending on the content of the chapter we can find a lot of architectural drawings like floorplans, but also detailed perspective drawings of townhouses, public spaces, …, but also ornaments and the details of some buildings.
Although there are quite many illustration, the text part kind of overweighs the illustrated parts as there are lots of dense printed pages.
The text almost fills the whole page all of the time, there is only the headline of the chapter you are reading above, which is separated with a thin line of the regular text, but still comes in the same size and font. When a new chapter starts there is some space left to put the new headline in the middle of the text and to start with a precisely drawn capital letter. The pages of the actual text (not the prologue or the content list) are numbered in the upper corner of the page.
After all, this book is not designed to be a handbook, but more like a reading piece to get a general overview about the topic of public architecture with its several aspects.