Competition: Dezeen has teamed up with Studio Esinam to offer five readers the chance to win a limited-edition poster featuring Brutalist building elevations or one of four photography prints (+ slideshow).
Congratulations to the winners! Beatriz Bartolome from Spain, Sam Ruijters from The Netherlands, Annabelle Nguyen from the UK, Dirk Wright from the Czech Republic and Sara Prestini from Italy.
The Swedish studio has created a new series of posters called Buildings, which focuses on different styles of architecture, starting with Brutalism – the controversial movement from the 1950s to 1970s that is typified by raw concrete facades.
The black and white poster features the facades of four Brutalist buildings, including Denys Lasdun's National Theatre – one of London's best-known and most divisive Brutalist buildings – and Ernö Goldfinger's Trellick Tower.
Peter Celsing's Filmhuset in Stockholm, and Boston City Hall by Gerhard Kallmann and Michael McKinnell, are also displayed.
London-based photographer Rory Gardiner also collaborated with the studio to create the Utopia series of photographic prints.
The four editions capture buildings in the UK capital that belong to the Brutalist architecture movement.
"Brutalist buildings are often criticised for being inhumane and monotone but we want to also highlight some of their qualities," said the studio.
"We think that architects today can learn a lot by studying Brutalism – both from its positives and negatives. This print is a little tribute to these four extraordinary buildings and to Brutalism as style."
Studio Esinam was founded by art director Josefine Lilljegren and architect Sebastian Gokah in 2013. Other series of work by the studio include Elevations, which features the facades of buildings from cities around the world.
Five winners will have the choice of either the Buildings poster or one of the four Utopia prints.
Photography is by Rory Gardiner.
This competition is now closed. Five winners will be selected at random and notified by email, and their names will be published at the top of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.