From childhood homes to innovative designs, entrants are being asked to upload images onto Facebook and Twitter of their most loved buildings plus share why the building is special to them.
A shortlist of entries will then be compiled by panelists and put to a public Facebook vote
The entry with the most ‘Likes’ will receive dinner for two at one of the most iconic buildings in the UK; The Shard.
Judges favourite submission will win a digital camera, plus weekly prizes given away at random.
Competition entries will be accepted until midday, 5 March 2015.
Enter the competition by visiting Saint-Gobain’s Facebook page or tweet @SaintGobainUK using the hashtag #SGcomp
Saint-Gobain UK & Ireland
Binley Business Park
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