the Sainte-Chapelle in Paris
The Sainte-Chapelle, originally built to receive the crown of Christ by Saint Louis (Louis IX), holds in its architectural identity the mark of the king as well as the crown of Christ. Our design highlights the building like a golden crown, marking the sculptures, creating verticality, magnifying the jewels that are the stained glass windows. The 19th century spire, the lead roof and its decorations are illuminated by neutral lighting and grazing lighting effects. Thanks to this lighting, the building extends its night-time activity and the interior visit.
Illumination of a gothic pearl