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Competition: win tickets to Assemble's talk for the NLA Annual Lecture

Competition: Dezeen has teamed up with New London Architecture to give readers the chance to win one of five pairs of tickets to a lecture delivered by architecture collective Assemble later this month.

Congratulations to the winners! Rosine Gibbs-Stevenson, Beth Boorman, Sophie Stroud, Dean Crosley and Ali Siavoshi.

The 2016 New London Architecture lecture will take place on Thursday 30 June 2016 at IET London from 6:30pm to 8pm.

The event also serves as the keynote lecture for the London Festival of Architecture – a celebration of architectural experimentation, thinking and practice, which runs from 1 to 30 June 2016.

Folly for a Flyover by Assemble
In 2011, Assemble cemented their reputation with the construction of a temporary canal-side cinema under a London motorway flyover

The lecture will be hosted by Paloma Strelitz and James Binning from Assemble, a collective of 18 young architects and designers who won the prestigious Turner Prize for art in 2015.

The pair will discuss their team's work, including past projects like Yardhouse – a collaborative workplace building designed for artists and designers in east London –  as well future projects.

Assemble was founded in 2010, when the group constructed a temporary cinema at an abandoned petrol station in London's Clerkenwell. The recent graduates cemented their reputation a year later with another temporary screening space, this time beside a canal under a motorway flyover.

Assemble won the Turner Prize for the Granby Four Streets project in Liverpool – the first architecture or design studio to receive the art award.

Goldsmiths by Assemble
The collective later won a competition to design a new gallery in a converted bathhouse for London art college Goldsmiths

New London Architecture (NLA) is an independent forum for discussion, debate and information about architecture, planning, development and construction in the capital. It delivers a programme of events, research and exhibitions that examine issues affecting London's built environment.

The organisation's annual lecture was delivered last year by British designer Thomas Heatherwick, who discussed designing spaces that encourage interaction between people.

Assemble's Granby Workshop social enterprise in Liverpool will sell locally produced homeware
The team have also launched Granby Workshop – a social enterprise in Liverpool that will sell locally produced homeware

Five winners will each receive a pair of tickets to the talk. Winners must be able to attend the event in London, and provide their own transport and accommodation. To enter the competition, just fill out the form below.

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.