Simply titled Snarkitecture, the monograph contains over 70 works by the multidisciplinary design studio, which is run by artist Daniel Arsham, and architects Alex Mustonen and Ben Porto.
Projects in the 265-page book range from major installations, like the transformation of Washington DC's National Building Museum into a massive ball pit, to smaller scale designs, such as the white shed-like pavilion built in Columbus, Indiana.
Snarkitecture's collaborations with fashion brand COS also feature, including a Los Angeles pop-up store containing pale pink steel sheets with garment-shaped cutaways, and a tunnel-like installation for Milan design week 2015.
Other key projects include the Brooklyn store for streetwear brand Kith, where 700 Air Jordan replicas hang from the ceiling. There are also a number of product designs, such as sneakers and a set of carpenter's pencils.
An image of the topographical ripped wallpaper designed for New York brand Calico last year adorns the hardback cover. Inside, projects are accompanied by short text descriptions and plenty of photographs, with 400 illustrations in total displayed in a range of formats, from full-page to grid layouts.
Black line drawings and technical information also sit alongside some works.
Three readers will each win one copy of Snarkitecture, which is also available to purchase from Phaidon Store for $59.95 (£42.99).
Competition closes 21 May 2018. The winners will be selected at random and notified by email, and their names will be published at the top of this page.