Competition: to celebrate United Nude's tenth anniversary, Dezeen has teamed up with the footwear brand to give readers a chance to win one of five pairs of the company's signature Möbius shoe.
Architect Rem D Koolhaas designed the Möbius shoe in 1999 while he was still at university. The form of the shoe is made from a single strip, which twists around the foot like a Möbius band to create the sole, heel, foot-bed and upper.
As he explained to Dezeen in a recent interview, he was persuaded to start his own brand to produce the shoe because it "didn't look like anything [else] out there".
Koolhaas launched United Nude in 2003 and the company now sells over 200,000 pairs of shoes a year.
In 2013, ten new colours and two new heel heights for the Möbius shoe were released to mark United Nude's tenth anniversary.
We have five pairs of Möbius shoes to give away and winners will be able to choose their preferred colour, height and size.
This competition is now closed.
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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.
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