Architect George Washington Smith started the Spanish Colonial revival style almost a century ago. He quit Harvard to become a bond trader, and moved to Santa Barbara to retire later on. But, he decided to keep on designing for the community when he noticed locals loved his work. He integrated old and new styles in his work, and brought materials directly from Spain. Smith became a Santa Barbara founding father, and numerous new artists were inspired by him. His structures are simplistic and beautiful, and Kenny Slaught recognizes the attention to detail needed to design such artistic pieces.

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