A piece of Phoenix architecture is up for a national award, which you can help along with a vote.
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Each year, ArchDaily, an online source of worldwide architectural news, celebrates one building chosen from worldwide nominations. Buildings are nominated based on adaptive re-use, interior and exterior sustainability, and imaginative design.
The Earll Residence, by architects Scott Roeder and Betsy Lynch at StudioROERDER, was a two-year, mid-century ranch home in Phoenix that was completed in 2010.
Voting is open until February 13. Check out more photos of the home and submit your vote here.