Competition: five copies of Alberto Campo Baeza's monograph to be won
Competition: we've teamed up with Spanish architect Alberto Campo Baeza to give away five copies of his new monograph to Dezeen readers.
Congratulations to the winners! Bartosz Kołodziej in Poland, Tetteh Odjidja in Ghana, Joe Weissmann in South Africa, Emmanuel Urquijo in the US and Fred Diaz in Puerto Rico. They all win a copy of the Alberto Campo Baeza monograph.
Campo Baeza runs Estudio de Arquitectura Campo Baeza in Madrid but also holds a senior professorship at the city's Superior Technical School of Architecture, where he regularly teaches more than 150 students.
In 2013 Campo Baeza received the RIBA International Fellowship 2014 and was recently elected as a member of the San Fernando Academy of Fine Arts.
As well as containing his theoretical writing, the new 300-page print publication takes a look at Campo Baeza's residential work including a hilltop home called Casa Rufo, plus Turégano House, which was originally created for graphic designer Roberto Turégano.
Other works appearing in the book include Olnick Spanu House Moliner House, which features a secret garden, and House of the Infinite, which was built with a rooftop swimming pool.
Available in both English and Chinese, the monograph was created with support from the Beijing Institute of Architectural Design as part of their Archicreation series.
The monograph is available to buy in bookstores now.
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.