For this transfer station between the green and orange lines, the architect created two murals of equal size whose polished metal panels, set at different angles, reflect passengers’ movements below.
Did you know?
Lionel-Groulx station was planned in such a way as to allow the great majority of passengers to change trains without having to go up or down stairs.
About the artist
Born in Sainte-Anne-des-Monts in 1936, Yves Roy attended the École d’architecture de Montréal before going to work for architect Victor Prus. After his time at the Bureau de transport métropolitain (BTM), he worked as an architect for the SNC engineering firm and for VIA Rail.