Brock Carmichael revealed reworked plans for a mixed-use overhaul of New Chinatown in Liverpool.
The practice, which has a studio in the Merseyside city, revealed proposals for more than 750 homes, almost 7,000m2 of commercial space and nearly 3,000m2 of offices.
Developer Great George Street is behind the initiative, which has an existing consent but is being redesigned.
Work on phase one of the development is set to resume later this year in line with the previous permission.
A public exhibition of reworked latter stages was held last month at the Siren on St James Street in Liverpool.
A planning application could be submitted this summer.
Great George Street development director Neal Hunter said: ‘Our view is that the new overall scheme can better align with the city’s strategic aspirations and better connect with the Baltic Quarter and the existing Chinatown.
‘Our new proposals will see the creation of new green spaces, a lovely linear park and outside event space. It will complement the Georgian Quarter, just up the hill, and connect in a sympathetic way to the Baltic Triangle and the surrounding residential properties.’