Plans have been lodged to revamp an Aberdeen nightclub.
The proposals submitted to Aberdeen City Council would see changes made to the main entrance of Institute on Bridge Place.
Formerly known as Liquid, the club would also have new fire escape doors installed.
Bignell Shacklady Ewing Ltd has submitted the plans on behalf of the Deltic Group.
Supporting documents lodged with the local authority said: “The proposal is to revamp the nightclub and convert to the Atik brand, resulting in a revised entrance design and new fire escape door and access.
“The proposed elevation is to over clad the existing painted render with new distress timber boarding, with rehanging of existing poster boxes.
“The new fire escape arrangement is in the middle of the main structure within an existing stylised entrance facade. The door design is proposed to add an arrangement to suit the existing architecture.”