Competition: five pairs of Designs of the Year
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Competition: Dezeen has teamed up with London's Design Museum to give readers the chance to win five pairs of tickets for the upcoming Designs of the Year 2014 exhibition.

Congratulations to the winners! Karolina Sznajder from Germany, Kristin Lazarova from France, Paul O' Brien from the UK, Hazwan Hakimi from Malaysia and Alex Maxwell from the UK all won a pair of tickets to Designs of the Year.

Frac Nord - Pas de Calais, Dunkerque, designed by Anne Lacaton & Jean Philippe Vassal. Photograph by Philippe Ruault
This image: Frac Nord-Pas de Calais, Dunkerque, designed by Anne Lacaton and Jean Philippe Vassal. Photograph by Philippe Ruault. Main image: Makoko Floating School designed by NLÉ, Makoko Community Building Team. Photograph by NLÉ

The Design Museum will host the exhibition of shortlisted projects for its annual Designs of the Year awards, which honour exemplary projects completed in the past year.

Iro by Jo Nagasaka for Established and Sons. Photograph by Colin Streater
Iro by Jo Nagasaka for Established and Sons. Photograph by Colin Streater

A selection of the 76 projects nominated for the Design of the Year title will be displayed, including a mobile phone you can build yourself and a floating school in a Nigerian lagoon.

Facade for Paul Smith, Albemarle Street, Mayfair, London, designed by 6a Architects. Photograph by 6a Architects
Façade for Paul Smith, Albemarle Street, Mayfair, London, designed by 6a Architects. Photograph by 6a Architects

It will also feature projects by international names such as Zaha Hadid, David Chipperfield and Miuccia Prada - see the full shortlist here.

New interior for United Nations North Delegates’ Lounge in New York designed by Hella Jongerius, together with Rem Koolhaas, Irma Boom, Gabriel Lester and Louise Schouwenberg. Photograph by Frank Oudeman
New interior for United Nations North Delegates’ Lounge in New York designed by Hella Jongerius, together with Rem Koolhaas, Irma Boom, Gabriel Lester and Louise Schouwenberg. Photograph by Frank Oudeman

Five winners will each receive a pair of tickets to the exhibition, which opens on 26 March and continues until 25 August.

Les Turbulences, Frac Centre, designed by Jakob + MacFarlane. Photograph by Nicolas Borel
The Turbulences at the Frac Centre designed by Jakob + MacFarlane. Photograph by Nicolas Borel

Dezeen readers can also receive 25 percent off the admission price when booking online and using the code DEZ25 under the Dezeen Special Offer.

This competition is now closed. 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.

Lego Calendar designed by Adrian Westaway, Clara Gaggero, Duncan Fitzsimons, Simon Emberton. Photograph by Adrian Westaway
Lego Calendar designed by Adrian Westaway, Clara Gaggero, Duncan Fitzsimons, Simon Emberton. Photograph by Adrian Westaway

Here's some more information from the Design Museum:


Five pairs of tickets to see Designs of the Year 2014 at the Design Museum

Now in its seventh year, Designs of the Year gathers together a year of cutting-edge innovation and original talent; showcasing the very best in global Architecture, Digital, Fashion, Furniture, Graphic, Product and Transport design.

ShaoLan Hsueh with Illustrations by Noma Bar. Photograph by Brave New World
Chineasy created by ShaoLan Hsueh with Illustrations by Noma Bar. Photograph by Brave New World

Featuring Kate Moss's favourite app, a floating school in a Nigerian lagoon, friendly lamp posts, a mobile phone you can build yourself and many others, Designs of the Year 2014 include international design stars such as Zaha Hadid, David Chipperfield and Miuccia Prada, alongside crowd-funded start ups and student projects.

ME.WE: Forward-Thinking Car designed by Massaud & Toyota ED2 Photograph Small Dots
ME.WE: Forward-Thinking Car designed by Massaud & Toyota ED2. Photograph Small Dots

This not to be missed exhibition is a clear reflection of everything that is current and exciting in the world. Someday the other museums will be showing this stuff.

The Gourmand: A Food and Culture Journal created by David Lane (Creative Director), Marina Tweed & David Lane (Founders/Editors-in-chief). Photograph courtesy of The Gourmand
The Gourmand: A Food and Culture Journal created by David Lane (Creative Director), Marina Tweed and David Lane (Founders/Editors-in-chief). Photograph courtesy of The Gourmand

As a Dezeen reader, you can also receive 25% off regular admission price when pre-booking here and using code DEZ25 under the Dezeen Special Offer.

Dita von Tease in A Magazine Curated By Stephan Jones, illustrated by David Downton
Dita von Tease in A Magazine Curated By Stephan Jones illustrated by David Downton

More information can be found on the Design Museum website.

Grand-Central, designed by Thibault Brevet. Photograph by Thibault Brevet
Grand-Central designed by Thibault Brevet. Photograph by Thibault Brevet

www.designmuseum.org