Competition: win tickets to Bjarke Ingels' talk at The Met

Competition: enter to win tickets to Bjarke Ingels' talk at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Competition: Dezeen has paired up with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art to offer readers the chance to win one of five tickets to an invite-only talk with Bjarke Ingels this evening.

Congratulations to the winners! Han Huynh, Sterrin O'Shea, Kunal Ghevaria, Christopher Peppel and Gary Stephan all won tickets to Bjarke Ingels' talk.

The lecture will be the first in a series organised by the museum's Daniel Brodsky associate curator of architecture and design Beatrice Galilee, called In Our Time.

"The idea behind In Our Time is to focus on contemporary work – ideas, projects and people that will be remembered in the future as being a key part of our time," said Galilee.

"There has always been architecture at the Met, but these talks mark a new beginning for contemporary architecture and design programming."

Bjarke Ingels
Bjarke Ingels

Ingels, founder of Danish firm BIG, has recently been awarded a string of major projects in America – including the job of designing Google's new headquarters in California with London-based Thomas Heatherwick.

Dezeen has paired up with The Metropolitan Museum of Art as media sponsor for In Our Time – which will also include talks by Japanese architect Kazuyo Sejima and Chile-based duo Pezo von Ellrichshausen among others.

We are offering five readers the chance to win a ticket to this evening's talk, which is otherwise invite-only and has just 100 spaces. The event will start at 6pm EST, 1 May 2015.

Winners must provide their own travel and accommodation.

This competition is now closed. Five winners will be selected at random and notified by email, and winners' names will be published at the top of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER AND WIN. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED. Entrants must be 18 years or older. This contest is sponsored by Dezeen. The participation of The Metropolitan Museum of Art is limited to the providing of the ticket prizes.