Congratulations to the winner! Peter Roettger from Germany.
Chisel & Mouse has turned city landscapes from around the world into a series of 3D tiles, which can either be hung on a wall, or displayed on a tabletop or desk.
To create the models, the British brand uses satellite data to first produce a digital model, then use it to create a 3D-printed version of the city's built environment.
Scaled at 1:5,000, the printed models are then used to form a mould from which the tiles are cast.
Each Cityscape tile measures 30 by 30 centimetres and the retail price starts at £150.
The Cityscape collection was recently expanded, and now includes the skylines of Amsterdam, Berlin, Chicago, London, New York, Paris, Rome and Venice.
Chisel & Mouse was set up in 2011 by brothers Robert and Gavin Paisley. The studio offers a range of architectural models and cityscapes, as well as a bespoke Model Your House service.
The winner will have the choice of one city from Chisel & Mouse's Cityscape collection.
This competition is now closed. One winner will be selected at random and notified by email, and their name will be published at the top of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.