New images of the first two buildings to be constructed in the £500 million Paradise scheme in Birmingham city centre have been released.
The CGIs and renders form part of three planning applications lodged earlier this month for One and Two Chamberlain Square and the public realm.
One Chamberlain Square will be built on the site currently occupied by Central Library and Two will sit directly opposite.
Once the library is demolished, a clear thoroughfare will exist exist between the two buildings which will give direct views from the Council House clock tower to the Hall of Memory in Centenary Square.
One Chamberlain Square, designed by Eric Parry Architects, is due to be completed in late 2018 and Two Chamberlain Square, designed by Birmingham practice Glenn Howells Architects, is expected to be finished in early 2019.
The gallery above contains a selection of the CGIs from the applications.