Kenny Slaught On Why Santa Barbara Receives Architectural Recognition
George Washington Smith, a famous architect, created the Spanish Colonial Revival style a century ago in California. Smith left Harvard for bond trading work, and went to Santa Barbara later on to relax. But, he saw that locals liked the house he built and decided to create more structures for Santa Barbara. he integrated old styles with new ones and only used Spanish materials. Nowadays, he is seen as a founding father to the city and numerous architects were inspired by him. His buildings are admired for their simplistic beauty and beautiful design, and Kenny Slaught believes that a detail-oriented eye is needed to design such intricate structures.