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After receiving close to 150 holiday card submissions – including a "Bjarke, the Herald Ingels" singing, and several angry Gehry-Clauses – we’ve selected three winners! Take a look at the winning submissions as well as some of our favorite cards after the break, and get ready to celebrate the holidays the architect’s way. ArchDaily's 2014 Holiday Card Contest has been generously sponsored by Mosa. First Place: Patrick Grime was really in a giving mood, designing an entire series of “punny” architecture cards to scoop first prize. Runner-up: Jolly old St Corbusier delivers the gift of rational architecture to a sleeping city in Ardy Hartono Kurniawan's runner-up design. Runner-up: Zaneena M Kareem's minimalist ode to Rem Koolhaas' maximalist book wrapped up a runner-up spot. And a few of our other favorite submissions:  View more View full description
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