Competition: five MVRDV Buildings
books to be won

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Competition: Dezeen has teamed up with MVRDV to give readers the chance to win one of five copies of a book full of finished projects by the Dutch architecture studio (+ slideshow).

Congratulations to the winners! James Lainas from Australia, Anila Shehaj from Italy, Matias Sander Thomsen from Denmark, Felix Dondera from Germany and Lars Rutten from the Netherlands all won a copy of MVDRV Buildings.

Competition: five MVRDV Buildings books to be won

MVRDV recently launched the monograph of buildings completed over its 20-year history and it is packed with images showing people interacting with the projects.

Competition: five MVRDV Buildings books to be won

Alongside photos of the occupied architecture, MVRDV Buildings contains articles by journalists and comments by users of the buildings, as well as drawings and explanations from the architects.

Competition: five MVRDV Buildings books to be won

Projects in the book include a Glass Farm, a building printed with the image of a farmhouse, and Book Mountain, a tower of bookshelves inside a pyramid-shaped public library.

Competition: five MVRDV Buildings books to be won

Also included is the Balancing Barn holiday home in the UK, which features in the most popular movie on Dezeen's Youtube channel.

Competition: five MVRDV Buildings books to be won

Published by Nai010, the 400-page hardback book launched on 4 July and can be purchased here.

Competition: five MVRDV Buildings books to be won

This competition is now closed.

Competition: five MVRDV Buildings 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.

Competition: five MVRDV Buildings books to be won

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  • Ahmed

    I’d love a copy! What an inspirational book.

  • imissyouhuno

    Yei, as much as I have a neutral conception about MVRDV – I like some, I don’t some – I want this book!

  • mattimatzen

    How nice a copy would be…

  • Teng Fei

    It would be great for me to go and see the work in person. But it would also be nice to see all the works in the book.

  • Allan

    I am poor. I need to win!

  • louise

    I saw the project Frosilio in copenhagen last month – amazing idea. Love MVRDV. Book looks good :)