Competition: Dezeen has teamed up with the Royal Institute of British Architects to give 10 readers the chance to win tickets for lectures by Zaha Hadid and Peter Cook, and workshops with Bjarke Ingels and Grayson Perry.
Congratulations to the winners! Jasneet Rattan, Kim Rawlinson, Ronan Morris, Charlotte Marshall, Sofiya Koval, Rodrigo Alves, Hana Potisk, Mark Stephens, Ruzica Crnojacki and Christopher Nicholson all won tickets to the Gold Medal lectures and masterclasses.
To coincide with Zaha Hadid receiving the Royal Gold Medal for architecture next week, the RIBA has organised two days of masterclasses with a host of industry figures, also including Grand Designs' Kevin McCloud and Australian architect Peter Stutchbury.
The events will take place on Monday 1 and Tuesday 2 February 2016 at the RIBA's Portland Place headquarters in London.
BIG founder Bjarke Ingels and artist Grayson Perry will both host masterclasses on Monday, along with Grafton Architects co-director Yvonne Farrell and Pritzker Prize director Martha Thorne.
McCloud and Stutchbury will lead workshops on Tuesday, along with Bolles + Wilson architect Peter Wilson, critic Jonathan Meades and journalist Charles Knevitt.
Dezeen has 10 tickets to give away – five for each day. Worth a total of £234, the tickets are courtesy of Italian furniture brand Arper, which is sponsoring the 2016 Royal Gold Medal events programme.
Dezeen readers can also receive 10 per cent off tickets to the Royal Gold Medal Masterclasses by entering discount code RGMW2016DISCOUNT on the event website.
Entrants to this competition have until 12pm on Friday 29 January 2016 to submit their details, specifying which day they would like to attend. Winners will be notified on the same day.
This competition is now closed. Ten winners will be selected at random and notified by email, and their name will be published at the top of this page. Winners must be able to travel to London on the specified dates. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.
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