Competition: five Saunders Architecture
books to be won

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Competition: we're giving readers the chance to win one of five copies of Todd Saunders' new monograph of architecture, including artists' studio on remote islands and lookout points over Nordic fjords (+ slideshow).

Congratulations to the winners! Claire Lammiman from the UK, Benjamin Hoke from the USA, Oliver Ackerschewski from Norway, Stefano Diacci from Italy and Sameena Sitabkhan from the USA all won a copy of Todd Saunders: Architecture in Northern Landscapes.

Competition: five Saunders Architecture books to be won

Todd Saunders: Architecture in Northern Landscapes contains projects in Canada, Finland and Norway by Saunders Architecture, based in Bergen.

Competition: five Saunders Architecture books to be won

It includes the Aurland Lookout (above) on the Aurlandsfjellet Tourist Route, which was nominated for the Mies van der Rohe Award in 2006, and the Fogo Island series of artists' studios that we've previously run as a slideshow feature.

Competition: five Saunders Architecture books to be won

The hardcover book is written by Ellie Stathaki and Jonathan Bell, designed by Swedish graphic designer Henrik Nygren and includes photographs by Bent René Synnevåg.

Competition: five Saunders Architecture books to be won

It also has a preface by Domus editor Joseph Grima and is available to buy here.

Competition: five Saunders Architecture books to be won

Squish Studio by Saunders Architecture was at the top of the Dezeen homepage when it was used in Apple's iPhone 5 and MacBook Pro launches last year.

Competition: five Saunders Architecture books to be won

This competition is now closed.

Competition: five Saunders Architecture books 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 Dezeen Mail newsletter and at the top of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.

  • anastasia

    My dream job: to become one of Saunders Architecture’s architects.