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Reader offer - March 2012

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Footprint have teamed up with Lars Müller Publishers to offer readers three free copies of Landform Building: Architecture’s New Terrain, edited by Stan Allen and Marc McQuade

‘Landform Building sets out to examine the many manifestations of landscape and ecology in contemporary architectural practice – not as a cross-disciplinary phenomenon (architects working in the landscape) but as new design techniques, new formal strategies, and technical problems within architecture.

The book offers a comprehensive overview of the subject and documents current projects with illustrations and maps. It presents work by Iñaki Ábalos, Tacita Dean, Steven Holl Architects, Junya Ishigami, Toyo Ito, Tsunehisa Kimura, Atelier Peter Kis, Mansilla+Tuñón, Michael Maltzan, Adam Maloof+Situ Studio, Giancarlo Mazzanti, Walter Niedermayr, Ryue Nishizawa, Dominique Perrault, Philippe Rahm, and Chris Taylor.’

To enter:

Please complete the short survey here, remembering to include your name, address and email. Entries without an address will be discarded because we cannot post you the book. It should take no more than five minutes to complete and we won’t pass your details onto anybody else.

Winners will be selected at random. Good luck!

Last month’s winners of Jeremy Rifkin’s The Third Industrial Revolution are:

Footprint readers who entered and weren’t lucky enough to win a free copy can contact ajsustainability@emap.com for further information on purchasing a discounted copy.

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