It is best to begin your research with keyword searches, especially for older records, which are often very brief, with no summary or subject headings.
The best way to search for individuals is by keyword or subject (e.g. Gehry).
The best way to search for firms is by keyword or subject (e.g. Renzo Piano Building Workshop).
The best way to search for buildings is by keyword (e.g. Orsay and Paris).
Search the building as a keyword and then see if your particular search-engine allows you to limit for illustrations. If it does not, you will have to look at each record retrieved by your search to see if there is a "plan" listed in the illustrations.
I ONLY WANT ARTICLES IN ENGLISH. HOW DO I DO THAT?
Do whatever search you want and then see if your particular search-engine allows you to limit by language.
Search your library catalog by journal title to see if they subscribe to the journal. If your library does not own the journal, ask for an interlibrary loan of the article.
Off-campus access to library subscribed databases requires UCID and password login