Competition: ten copies of (un)Made in China
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Competition: ten copies of unMade in China to be won

Competition: Dezeen readers can win one of ten copies of (un)Made in China, a book that features projects by western architects that ran into trouble for various reasons in China, published in conjunction with an exhibition of the same name.

Congratulations to the winners! Kubra Karatatar Diker from Turkey, Robert Ware from the UK, Tieliu Wu from Switzerland, Chiara Grana from Italy, Danny Spitzberg from the USA, Nick Whittaker from the UK, Adam Sunderland from the UK, Sergio Mesa Ramos from Spain, Waimond Ip from China and Nicolae Petrencu from Romania all won a copy of (un)Made in China.

Competition: ten copies of unMade in China to be won

The book features images, diagrams and details about the failed projects, as well as interviews with their designers.

Competition: ten copies of unMade in China to be won

A feature page for each project embodies the essence of the proposed building, with some pages textured, laser cut or even woven.

Competition: ten copies of unMade in China to be won

The 12 projects in the book include the Dalian football stadium by UNStudio and Ordos Hilton Hotel by VMX, as well as a housing proposal by MVRDV.

Competition: ten copies of unMade in China to be won

Architect and project information is printed in both English and Chinese.

Competition: ten copies of unMade in China to be won

The book accompanies the (un)Made in China exhibition that was installed as part of Beijing Design Week and will be travelling to Europe and North America.

Competition: ten copies of (un)Made in China to be won

Listen to exhibition curator Mike Tunkey talk about the exhibition here and see all our coverage of Beijing Design Week here.

Competition: ten copies of (un)Made in China to be won

This competition is now closed.

Competition: ten copies of unMade in China to be won

Five winners will be selected at random and notified by email. Winners’ names will be published in a future edition of our Dezeenmail newsletter and at the top of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.

  • Chris

    I am completely baffled by why a book (and indeed the exhibition itself) like this was created. It seems like a rather nation-specific (not using the word that begins with “r”) attack. Architects face rather unique problems all around the world afterall.