Competition: five copies of Gentle Landmarks to be won

Dezeen and London architects Marks Barfield have teamed up to give away five copies of Gentle Landmarks, a monograph of their recent projects.

The book surveys the last ten years of projects realised by the firm, including the London Eye and the Treetop Walkway at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (see our earlier story).

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 Dezeenmail newsletter and at the bottom of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.

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Here's more info from Marks Barfield:

Gentle Landmarks – Marks Barfield recent projects

Foreword by Stephen Bayley

Celebrating the twentieth anniversary of the formation of London based Marks Barfield Architects, this beautiful book offers an overview of the last ten years work since the completion of the London Eye, the practice’s best known creation. As design guru Stephen Bayley notes in his foreword: “every successive MBA project is a surprise”.

The same dedication is applied to every project they are involved with, from the engineering and technology of the London Eye to the lyricism of the new Treetop Walkway for the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, the community-driven art gallery for a provincial town, or the Michael Tippett School for children with special educational needs. The guiding spirit behind every project is a complete understanding of their clients’ needs and the context of the site. Each client, each site, each brief is unique. It would therefore be surprising if each project was not distinct.

ISBN 978-1-873200-70-4
Publisher: Watermark Publications (UK) Limited
Pages: 150
Size: 228mm x 248mm
Designed & Edited by Ian Lambot

Congratulations to our winners! Daniel Flashman in London, Francesca Fioraso in Italy, Catalina Hoyos in London, Raúl Wallaart in the Nertherlands and Phil Reeves also in London.