This week on Dezeen

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This week on Dezeen

This week Steven Holl was announced as the winner of this year's AIA Gold Medal, Danish studio BIG designed another building-cum-ski-slope and MAD released photos of their recently completed "otherworldly" museum in the Gobi desert.

Over on Dezeen Screen Norman Foster talks about the legacy of Buckminster Fuller and Konstantin Grcic tells us about his Cape sofa in our series of movies from Qubique. Our series of Dezeen Talks at the Inside awards continues with an office arranged like a barcode, an apartment in a former grocery warehouse and a controversial airport terminal.

Meanwhile Grafik magazine closed again, retail expert Mary Portas published a report on the future of the high street and a prefabricated house that costs the same amount of money as a family car was one of our most popular stories.

Our Christmas pop-up The Temporium continues with jewellery USB sticks, antique stools, biodegradable bags and dinosaur salad servers heading up this week's Advent calendar. See all our stories about The Temporium exhibitors here and visit us at 65 Monmouth Street, Seven Dials, Covent Garden London WC2H 9DG until 24 December.

You've got until Sunday to get your orders in on Dezeen Watch Store for delivery before Christmas – check out new designs by VOIDZiiiro, Denis Guidone and Michael Young online or in person at The Temporium where Dezeen readers get 10% off all our watches.

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