Competition: win a bundle of five photobooks on Brutalist buildings

Competition: to coincide with the Brutalism series on Dezeen, we've teamed up with UK publisher Café Royal Books to give away a bundle of photography books featuring buildings including Trellick Tower and Preston Bus Station.

Congratulations to the winner! Jenny Harper in the UK wins the bundle of photobooks.

This image: Trellick Tower, London, by Erno Goldfinger – top image: The Barbican Estate, London, by Chamberlin, Powell and Bon
This image: Trellick Tower, London, by Erno Goldfinger – top image: The Barbican Estate, London, by Chamberlin, Powell and Bon

Founded in 2005 by photographer Craig Atkinson, Café Royal Books publishes both modern and retro documentary images that often explore themes of architectural history and social change.

Robin Hood Gardens, London, by Alison and Peter Smithson
Robin Hood Gardens, London, by Alison and Peter Smithson

"I like raw materials, vastness and things that are challenging. I don't like fuss or decoration and Brutalism fits all of those things," Atkinson told Dezeen.

Alexandra Road Estate, London, by Neave Brown
Alexandra Road Estate, London, by Neave Brown

"Brutalist architecture is generally very functional, made with excellent materials and is non-apologetic. I'm not often bothered by buildings that try to fit into their surroundings."

Trellick Tower, London, by Erno Goldfinger
Trellick Tower, London, by Erno Goldfinger

One winner will receive five photobooks based on famous Brutalist buildings around the UK: Robin Hood Gardens, The Barbican Estate, Alexandra Road Estate, Preston Bus Station and Trellick Tower.

The Barbican Estate, London, by Chamberlin, Powell and Bon
The Barbican Estate, London, by Chamberlin, Powell and Bon

Each book contains between 28 to 36 pages of digitally-printed photography. Visit the Café Royal Books website to see the full collection of publications.

Preston Bus Station, Lancashire, by Keith Ingham and Charles Wilson
Preston Bus Station, Lancashire, by Keith Ingham and Charles Wilson

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This competition is now closed. One winner will be selected at random and notified by email. The winner's name 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.