StadiumBramley Moore Dock, Liverpool, UK
A new home for Everton FC on a UNESCO World Heritage site in Liverpool
Located on the waterfront of Liverpool’s Mersey River, a UNESCO World Heritage site, the new Bramley-Moore Dock stadium will provide modern facilities, iconic design and a 52,000 capacity. The project will replace Goodison Park Stadium and will serve as a catalyst for the regeneration of the North Liverpool area.
Pattern were invited by the club to join the Design Team, led by New York-based MEIS Architects, as Technical Architect.
All images courtesy of MEIS Architects.
As a RIBA chartered practice, one of Pattern’s key roles is to present the design intent and win planning for this ambitious and challenging project. The Bramley-Moore Dock site is located within a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Liverpool waterfront being an area of historical significance. To meet the exciting challenge of addressing this historic site sensitively, Pattern’s heritage experts, based in the Edinburgh studio are supporting the London design team. Composed of senior architects specialising in conservation and historical monuments, our conservation team have consulted on architectural projects in other UNESCO World Heritage Sites, most prominently Edinburgh.
Pattern is also responsible for specialist sports planning and technical architectural consultancy to ensure the smooth delivery that is so critical to the client’s goals.