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The Golden State Warriors basketball team released updated designs Wednesday of its planned home in the Mission Bay neighborhood of San Francisco.

Architectural renderings presented in September were criticized for looking like a massive toilet; San Francisco Chronicle's Matier & Ross liken this batch to "an old Discman CD player."

David Manica, AIA, of Manica Architecture (which has offices in Kansas City, Kan., London, and Shanghai) is the lead architect, and Snøhetta's founding partner Craig Dykers, AIA, is senior design advisor. Snøhetta initially worked with AECOM on an earlier design for the stadium for the city's Pier 30-32. The team selected the current site in April of this year.

The 11-acre project will include: a 18,064-square-foot arena; over 100,000 square feet of retail; 580,000 square feet for offices, biotech and labs; public plazas; and parking for roughly 950 vehicles and 300 bicycles. The new complex is expected to open in time for the 2018-2019 NBA season.

MANICA Architecture/Rendered by Steelblue

MANICA Architecture/Rendered by Steelblue

MANICA Architecture/Rendered by Steelblue