The chapel of Ecouen

First room of the National Renaissance Museum, the chapel of Anne de Montmorency is an essential witness to the history of the Château d'Écouen in the 16th century. Its architecture and in particular its painted vault testifies to a technical and artistic feat. It is difficult today to imagine the brilliance of the original decor. Thanks to the digital tool, on-situ integrates into the redesigned architectural structure the 3D digitized works, the originals of which are kept in Ecouen, Chantilly or the Louvre.

The chapel of Ecouen
France, Ecouen, National Museum of the Renaissance

Mission : Digital design and production

Scientific Advisory Board: Thierry Crépin-Leblond, Nicole Garnier, Guillaume Fonkenell