Dezeen has teamed up with publishing house Batsford to give readers the chance to win one of five copies of an architectural dot-to-dot, along with a colouring book for adults.
Congratulations to the winners! Enrique Pascual, Sam Hope, Vassilis Nikolopoulos, Ken Cumiskey and Nanna Nellber.
Both the Architect's Dot-to-Dot book and London Buildings colouring book are designed to offer adults a way to relax.
For the dot-to-dot book, illustrator Nick Lowndes created 45 numbered puzzles of landmark buildings and architectural icons of the 20th century.
The puzzles include the Sydney Opera House, Fallingwater, Guggenheim Museum, Battersea Power Station, Habitat 67 and the Chrysler Building, as well as buildings by Mies van der Rohe, Norman Foster, Renzo Piano, Alvar Aalto, Zaha Hadid and Le Corbusier.
The London Buildings colouring book, designed by Hannah Dipper and Robin Farquhar, features 45 line illustrations of London's most iconic buildings to be coloured in.
Design writer Max Fraser provides a foreword to the book, which includes the modern Dulwich Picture Gallery, the art deco Battersea Power Station, as well as the brutalist Trellick Tower and Barbican.
Five winners will each receive a copy of An Architects Dot-to-Dot, retailing at £9.99, and The London Buildings colouring book, retailing at £7.99. The books are also available for purchase from Batsford.
This competition is now closed. 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.