Competition: win a book exploring modern pavilion architecture
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Free comp: New Pavilions

Competition: win a book exploring contemporary pavilion architecture

Dezeen has teamed up with publishing house Thames & Hudson to give readers the opportunity to win one of five copies of The New Pavilions book.

Congratulations to the winners! Matthew Wilkins from the UK, Jonas Majidi from Denmark, Helen Arakadaki from Greece, Martin Valíček from the Czech Republic and Natalie Hristova from the UK,

A new release from the global publisher, The New Pavilions features a carefully curated collection of architectural pavilions from around the world.

Free comp: New Pavilions
Snøhetta's reindeer observation pavilion features on the cover

Architecture writer Philip Jodidio has compiled the book, selecting 80 recently completed projects that he believes best depict pavilion architecture.

"The pavilion is the architectural form of the moment, enabling emerging architects to make their mark," the publisher explained.

Free comp: New Pavilions
Golden Workshop by modulorbeat and Münster School of Architecture students

"Often ephemeral and orientated to a specific function, they are less expensive than their more permanent architectural cousins, which allows for more experimentation or inventiveness than in larger structures."

The book features pavilions from prominent architects such as Zaha Hadid and Sou Fujimoto but also profiles designs by lesser-known names.

Free comp: New Pavilions
SelgasCano's 2015 Serpentine Gallery pavilion

"Each pavilion provides a lesson in the extreme possibilities of built form and demonstrates that many of the biggest ideas in architecture start small," states the publisher.

The Serpentine gallery pavilions make a notable appearance in the book, with both Herzog & de Meuron's 2012 construction and SelgasCano's 2015 contribution included.

Free comp: New Pavilions
Herzog & de Meuron and Ai Weiwei's Serpentine Gallery Pavilion in 2012

Norwegian architecture practice Snøhetta also features in the book thanks to its reindeer observation pavilion in the Dovre Mountains.

With offices in London and New York, Thames & Hudson looks to create books that offer an international insight into art, architecture and other creative fields.

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.