Dan Meis has revealed the final designs for Everton Football Club's new stadium on Liverpool's Bramley-Moore Dock, which were submitted to Liverpool City Council in a planning application.
Initial designs for the stadium were released in 2019, after which a public consultation process was carried out.
The response from fans was overwhelmingly positive, but a number of changes have been made nonetheless.
Most notably, the multi-storey car park will now be integrated into the stadium, rather than be a separate structure, and additional environmental measures, including wind baffles, have been incorporated into the designs.
The 52,000-capacity stadium is inspired by the historic maritime and warehouse buildings nearby and its design makes use of brick, steel and glass to combine historic and modern elements.
There will be four distinctive stands, including a steep, 13,000-seat stand, and the design will help to retain crowd noise within the stadium.
Colin Chong, stadium development director at Everton, said: "This project has been designed from the ground up with the site’s heritage in mind – getting this right has always been our priority.
"We've invested effort in creating a design that respects and looks at home in a dockland setting."