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11 Stories for Wednesday:

The Los Angeles Times editorial board says the county should pay the $125 million Los Angeles County Museum of Art director Michael Govan wants for the museum's renovation. [Los Angeles Times]

The Louisiana Children's Museum is scheduled to open a 58,000-square-foot, $38 million campus in New Orleans by the end of 2017. [The Times-Picayune]

Cincinnati-based firm MSA Architects will design renovations for the Houston Astros' 14-year-old Minute Maid Park. [Cincinnati Business Journal]

Chicago Tribune readers react to the first renderings of the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art. [Chicago Tribune]

Carpet designs that are based on aerial images. [CityLab]

Zaha Hadid, Hon. FAIA, designed a new $88,000 bracelet. [ForbesLife]

Japanese chain Muji designed a prefab apartment. [Wired]

The New York Times editorial board says Frank Gehry, FAIA's design of the Eisenhower Memorial "remains worthy of President Eisenhower." [The New York Times]

The Goethe Documentary Film Prize went to the film "Concrete Love," about architect Gottfried Böhm. [Goethe-Institut]

Russian classic novels are now downloadable from Moscow's metro system. [The Guardian]

Filmmaker Wes Anderson says he wants to build a theme park with long-time collaborator and visual artist Mark Mothersbaugh. [The Independent]

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