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Kenny Slaught On Why Santa Barbara Has Architectural Recognition

Architect George Washington Smith developed the Spanish Colonial revival style in California almost 100 years ago. Smith left Harvard to become a bond trader, and later moved to Santa Barbara to pursue his interests. Upon learning that locals loved his work, he continued to create for them. He used authentic Spanish materials and combined the old with the new. Today, his structures are admired for their beauty and simplicity. He is one of the founding fathers of Santa Barbara and many artists were inspired by him. Kenny Slaught recognizes the keen eye to detail required to develop such complex buildings. 
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