The Abbey « Saint-Pierre de Preuilly-sur-Claise » is a Romanesque building of the 11th century. It was considerably restored and redesigned in the 19th century, with the addition of the arrow covered with varnished tiles.
The illumination is based on the enhancement of the capitals (the abbey numbered 365, some of which are very rare), columns, statues and altars.
The effects are mostly grazing to give volume to a massive set. In addition, luminous atmospheres are ensured at the level of the stands, the chapels and the porch. The scenography is found more in the shadow than the light.