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Construction on the Taipei Performing Arts Center in Taiwan, designed by OMA, tops out Wednesday.
OMA Construction on the Taipei Performing Arts Center in Taiwan, designed by OMA, tops out Wednesday.

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Nine More Stories for Wednesday:

The U.S. General Services Administration is soliciting development proposals for Boston's John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center. [GSA]

Abstract photos of Paris rooftops. [Colossal]

And photos of the under-construction 625 West 57th Street designed by Denmark-based Bjarke Ingels Group. [New York Yimby]

Yale University's Sterling Memorial Library entrance nave reopened on Monday after an 18-month restoration led by New York's Helpern Architects. [YaleNews]

Here's a look at the University of Michigan's $60 million renovations to the South Quadrangle. []

The University of Cincinnati has allocated $37 million for three building projects. [The Cincinnati Enquirer]

A Texas judge wants to turn the Astrodome into a massive indoor park. [Houston Chronicle]

Shoes inspired by the Eames Lounge chair. [Design Milk]

Frank Gehry, FAIA, is designing windows for Louis Vuitton. [Women's Wear Daily]

Step Up, Step Down:

San Francisco-based interior design firm Studio O+A promoted Neil Bartley, Elizabeth Guerrero, Elizabeth Vereker, and Steve Gerten to studio managers.

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