The park is highlighted by a sculpture by Toronto artist Pierre Poussin titled Esprit, a work whose ethereal flow captures the sense of an accomplished runner’s movement and whose title speaks to the ethos of Decoteau’s military background.
— The Toronto Star
Cityplace boasts Pierre Poussin’s Mitosis Courtyard: two-dozen columns with circular patterns inspired by cell division. They come across as orderly, phosphorescent mushrooms that bring a sense of play and enjoyment to the Gardiner.
— The Toronto Star
Pierre Poussin; a biochemist turned designer, Poussin developed an unlikely bridge between the natural and man-made worlds [Mitosis] is a startling riff on the beauty of cell division.
— Toronto Life Magazine
Toronto’s Poussin first trained as a biochemist, and it shows. […] The result? An unlikely sense of play and enjoyment brought to the dark underbelly of the Gardiner. [...] it’s a great example of how art and design could grow good vibes for this overlooked zone in the future.
— The Toronto Star
Not only is our city changing dramatically but Poussin, whose work has grown from home use to public spaces, is also clearly on the move.
— Designlines
[Ottawa] has tapped Toronto artist Pierre Poussin to create laser-cut aluminum sculptures outside Bayview Station...
— Ottawa Citizen
[Alex Decoteau] won countless races throughout Canada and was a Canadian Olympian, so [Poussin] wanted to honour his love of sport and community...
— Global News
...an unusually beautiful space under the highway was created by artist Pierre Poussin for Panorama Tower...
— The Toronto Star
These works add to Concord Adex’s public art collection and showcase unique and inspiring work by acclaimed Canadian artists Pierre Poussin, Katharine Harvey and Adrian Göllner.
— Canadian Architect
Three of Toronto’s latest public art pieces by homegrown talent were unveiled. Variegation, the second piece at CityPlace by Canadian artist Pierre Poussin...
— MetroNews
The Mitosis Courtyard is one of Toronto’s favourite lighting installations and has demonstrated how Pierre can work in even the most challenging environments.
— Karen Mills, Public Art Management
Pierre is a very creative artist who can blend a disparate discipline like molecular biology into spectacular artwork.
— Gabriel Leung, Vice President of Development at Concord Adex Developments
This is the first building to use the space beneath the Gardiner as an urban room and features light installations by public artist Pierre Poussin. The design aims to incorporate the Gardiner as a fluid part of the city’s design for the future.
— World Architecture News
Pierre Poussin is one of Sheridan’s most notable alumni, renowned for his highly creative and unique designs that blend science and art. We are proud of his iconic ‘S’ sculpture that graces our campuses, illuminating our history as a creative institution.
— Dr. Jeff Zabudsky, President & CEO, Sheridan
The future collectible: Ontario designer Pierre Poussin’s laser-cut, powder-coated steel Mitosis furniture series. It’s manufactured for Nienkämper and populates the Princeton University library, among other places. “I think he’s the next Karim Rashid,” Velasevic (gallery owner) says.
— The National Post
Pierre has the ability to tackle a challenging situation in the most creative way, without compromising his integrity as an artist and designer. He is a joy to work with.
— Ben Mills, Public Art Management

“Indigenous Olympian killed at Passchendaele remains an inspiration to Canadians”, by Jim Coyle, The Toronto Star, November 10, 2017. 

“Edmonton’s first downtown park in 30 yeas officially opens”, by Kim Smith, Global News, September 16, 2017.

“City unveils public art along Confederation Line LRT stations”, by Sandra Abma, CBC, July 25, 2017.

"The City reveals art concepts for LRT stations, total cost to exceed $7M", by Jon Willing, The Ottawa Citizen, July 25, 2017.

“Public art pieces unveiled at Concord CityPlace in Toronto”, by Douglas Johnson, Canadian Architect, June 22, 2016.

“Toronto Condos Are Investing In Art”, MetroNews, June 16, 2016.

“Let's take the low road on the Gardiner transformation,” by Shawn Micallef, The Toronto Star, Oct. 2, 2015.

“Welcome To Your Next Hangout,” by Siri Agrell, The Globe and Mail, March 26, 2011.

“City of Lights: Public Artwork Illuminates Toronto,” by Leah Sandals, The Toronto Star, January 19, 2011.

“Pierre Poussin: Where Science Meets Art,” by Carol Hill, Ovation Magazine, Sheridan College’s Yearly Alumni Publication, 2011.

“Pierre Poussin’s Mitosis Courtyard is a new place to appreciate our growing city,” by S. Anderson, Designlines, January 1, 2011.

"Underpass Park hopes to elevate the Gardiner," by Siri Agrell, March 25, 2011. 

“Pierre Poussin's Mitosis Courtyard installation to save Gardiner Expressway,” by Siân Disson, World Architecture News, September 3, 2010.

“Retail Therapy: Pimlico Gallery’s colourful design stars,” by Nathalie Atkinson, The National Post, July 9, 2010.

“Hidden Gems,” by Nathalie Atkinson, The National Post, July 10, 2010.

“Pimlico Design Gallery; Shop Here,” by Diane Chan, Designlines, September 1, 2010.

“Lighting up the Olympics,” by Peter Simpson, The Ottawa Citizen, February 20, 2010.

“Multi-coloured artworks light up streets,” by Neal Hall, The Vancouver Sun, February 18, 2010.

“LED artworks give Vancouver an Olympic burst of colour,” by Neal Hall, The Vancouver Sun, February 18, 2010.

“City Gets More Cutting Edge Public Art,” by Kevin Griffin, The Vancouver Sun, October 24, 2009.

"Take It Outside", by Marsha Lederman, The Globe and Mail, November 11, 2009. 

“City Picks Six Artists to Create Public Artworks for the Games,” by Kevin Griffin, The Vancouver Sun, September 25, 2009.

“Vancouver Gets Major Infusion of Public Art,” by Kevin Griffin, The Vancouver Sun, September 25, 2009.

“Toronto’s Coolest New Stuff by Best Local Designers,” by D.Carr-Harris, G.Grace, K.Hayward, Toronto Life Magazine, February 1, 2008.

“Geek Chic, Designers Morphing Sciences and Design,” by Tim McKeogh, The Globe and Mail, April 7, 2007.

“Canadian Designers to Watch Out For,” [number one on the list], by Janice Lindsay, The Globe and Mail, January 1, 2007.

“Christmas Wish List,” [number one on the list], by Janice Lindsay, The Globe and Mail, November 25, 2006.