Look at the cover image. To car people, what’s in the Porsche Museum may well be more interesting than the building that showcases the artifacts—but that would mean missing a lot. Unless your powers of observation have failed you, one look, even without a proper sense of scale, ought to tell even the uninitiated that a big building like that shouldn’t be canted and floating like that. How’d they do that?? This book is more concerned with why’d they do it.
Each venue is covered on 4–8 pages with many photos, drawings, and technical illustrations. The book is in landscape format and all around nicely thought out and presented.