TORONTO’s Museum subway station is on The Guardian’s list of the world’s most beautiful metro stops. Opened on April 8, 2008, the rebuilt station features columns and sculpture replicating artifacts found in the Royal Ontario Museum above. The design for the station platform was done by TORONTO architect Jack Diamond of Diamond+Schmitt Architects. The same group created TORONTO’s Opera House in the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, and the Maison Symphonique in Place des Arts, MONTREAL.
Are they kidding? With those puke-coloured walls and unfinished ceiling. It was better before.