Congratulations to the winners! Serraz Christophe from France, Michael Jack from Australia, Tom Badger from the UK, Katarina Vretenar from Croatia and Wazir Rohiman from Mauritius.
Documented through text, photographs and illustrations by French artist Marie-Laure Cruschi, Cabins explores the creative solutions devised by architects when presented with limited space.
"In eschewing excess, the cabin limits actual spatial intrusion to the bare essentials of living requirements, while in responding to its typically rustic setting, it foregrounds eco-friendly solutions," the publishers explained.
"As such, the cabin comes to showcase some of the most inventive and forward-looking practice of contemporary architecture."
From a duo of timber huts in Portugal, to a bungalow on stilts in the Sri Lankan jungle, the book aims to demonstrate the variety of forms that cabins can take.
Cruschi's illustrations, which accompany each of the 60 featured projects, were also exhibited at Paris gallery Sergeant Paper in April.
The book's author, Philip Jodidio, has previously worked with Taschen on their Architecture Now! series and a number of architect monographs including titles on Norman Foster and Zaha Hadid.
Each winners will receive a copy of the English/French/German edition of Cabins, which is also available in a Spanish/Italian/Portuguese version on Taschen's online store
This competition has 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.