On the platforms, in the mezzanine and on the way up to the entrance, eight brightly coloured murals by architect Gilbert Sauvé attract the eye. The murals’ painted forms guide passengers through the station toward the exit.
Did you know?
The platform walls also serve as directional indicators as they point to the staircases up to the mezzanine.
About the artist
Architect Gilbert Sauvé designed station Côte-Sainte-Catherine and the connection of station Jean-Talon to the blue line. After working at the Bureau de transport métropolitain (BTM), he opened his own architectural firm.