Here is the quintessential example of the Flamboyant Gothic movement. The cathedral of Sainte Chapelle. Note the lack of aisles and the exaggerated clerestory.
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This wonderful photograph by Daniel Boulet shows the vertical orginization of the cathedral. The bottom level is called the arcade and is formed by the nave piers which separate the nave from the aisles running to either side of it. The second level is called the triforium and usually consists of a row of triple arches (it is also called the gallery). The third level is called the clerestory (pronounced clear-story) and is the level where the most light is let in. The beautiful stained…