Congratulations to the winners! Adriana Zielinska from the UK, Jameson Kergozou de la Boessiere from Poland, Lena Okuneva from Ukraine, Laure-anne Superchi from France and Luuk van den Elzen from the Netherlands all won a copy of SQM: The Quantified Home.
SQM: The Quantified Home was originally published to accompany an exhibition of the same name that Grima and his studio Space Caviar curated at last year's Biennale Interieur event.
Space Caviar took over an abandoned school in Kortrijk, Belgium, and used the building's architectural elements to present the findings of its research into how perceptions of home have changed over time.
Like the exhibition, the publication examines how financial, environmental, technological, and geopolitical forces affect the way we live.
Data is presented as graphs and relevant architectural projects are illustrated as isometric drawings.
Dezeen columnists that have contributed original essays for the book include Justin McGuirk, who talks about the socialist dream of London's doomed Robin Hood Gardens housing complex; Sam Jacob, who writes about the UK capital's current trend for luxury basement extensions; and Dan Hill, who examines the commodification of services in Helsinki.
Other case studies include Osama bin Laden's compound and the success of home rental website Airbnb.
The paperback book is available from the Lars Müller website in a range of cover styles, all made out of wallpaper rolls from different periods and countries.
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.