The book “Les plus excellents Bastiments de France” written by Jacques Androuet de Cerceau. There are about 213 pages with around 65 illustrations on them. It is written in French.
The book is separated in two segments. On the first twenty pages all the buildings illustrated in the second part of the book are being described in fairly short terms. Each building gets more or less one page. After the introducing texts in the beginning the described buildings are displayed on the following pages. The illustrations contain elevation drawings, floor plans, detailed drawings etc. of fifteen French buildings.
The illustrations are not colorized but very detailed and exact. They are labeled somewhere on the page but not always in the same spot. Most illustrations are full page followed by an empty full page. The author has given major importance to the illustrations as they use up most of the books space. However, they don’t seem to be drawn in a specific scale so you would have to guess the dimensions.I suggest that this book is mainly to be used as a reference.