Competition: five packs of Le Corbusier
greeting cards to be won

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Competition: five packs of Le Corbusier greeting cards to be won

Competition: we're giving readers the chance to win one of five packs of greeting cards illustrated with buildings by Le Corbusier.

Congratulations to the winners! Carol Gilmour from New Zealand, Vicky Carter from the UK, Elise Campbell from the UK, Sarris Antonios from Greece and Daniela Villa from Italy all won a pack of Le Corbusier greeting cards.

Competition: five packs of Le Corbusier greeting cards to be won

Created by designer Stefi Orazi, the cards portray some of the modernist architect's best-known projects using simple graphics.

Competition: five packs of Le Corbusier greeting cards to be won

Le Corbusier's Notre Dame du Haut chapel in Ronchamp, Villa Savoye in Poissy, Cité de Refuge in Paris and Unité d'Habitation projects in Marseille and Berlin all feature on the front of the cards.

Competition: five packs of Le Corbusier greeting cards to be won

Each pack contains six blank A6 cards and envelopes, which are available at the designer's online store.

Competition: five packs of Le Corbusier greeting cards to be won

This competition is now closed.

Competition: five packs of Le Corbusier greeting cards 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.

Competition: five packs of Le Corbusier greeting cards to be won

Orazi has also designed cards depicting modernist buildings in London and prints of the city's BT Tower - see them here.

Competition: five packs of Le Corbusier greeting cards to be won

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  • mmbalint

    In a way it’s sad (to me), that the iconographic buildings are not necessarily presented in their best form: the elevation of the Salvation Army house is shown after re-designing (true: by Le Corbusier), the Unité L’Habitation presented here is the Berlin (the less successful) version. Pity – otherwise it’s nice.

  • http://www.tecnne.com Marcelo Gardinetti

    All buildings of Le Corbusier deserve this reminder.
    Will be great if the series continues

  • Nishi Kant Grover

    It is a treat to see someone recognising his work. I hail from the city in India that was designed by him!

    Any guesses? Well, not many would know that the union territory of the states of Haryana and Punjab – CHANDIGARH – was designed by him!

    I would love to win this competition!