A vibrant contrast with the texture of the station’s concrete, circles composed of glazed ceramic tiles create a colourful rhythm through the station. It was thanks to this station’s architects, Papineau, Gérin-Lajoie et LeBlanc, that Peel became the first station in the métro to feature art integrated into its architecture.
Did you know?
Jean-Paul Mousseau also created the huge luminous mural in the lobby of Hydro-Québec headquarters in Montréal.
About the artist
Born in Montréal, Jean-Paul Mousseau (1927-1991) was a painter, sculptor, set designer, and interior designer. His works can be found both in the collections of major museums and in numerous public places.