Notre-Dame de Chartres is one of the largest cathedrals in France and one of the first French sites to be listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, for over 40 years. The monument that we can visit today dates from the 13th century.

The cathedral is inhabited by characters from the Bible, in the form of sculptures and stained glass. On the stone side, it is the only cathedral in Europe to have nine sculpted portals and porches. On the glass side, it has the most complete and richest collection of ancient stained glass windows in the Christian world, with 172 windows spread over 2600 m².

On the facade of the royal portal of the cathedral, Les Ateliers BK imagined and produced a video mapping telling the journey of the Three Kings and their offerings.

Art direction and visual content: Les Ateliers BK
Client : City of Chartres
Musical arrangements / Sound design : Paul Lecomte