Kenny Slaught On California’s Architectural Timeline

The Spanish Colonial Revival movement was the United States structural development created in the mid-twentieth century. The process took the Spanish Colonial engineering for outlining a few urban areas that were first Spanish provinces and afterward they wound up noticeably American urban communities. A noteworthy segment of this structural style can be found in California. … More Kenny Slaught On California’s Architectural Timeline

Kenny Slaught On Rich History Of Santa Barbara

Some of the more well-known Santa Barbara buildings includes the centuries old Hotel Virginia, El Pueblo Viejo district in historic downtown and the two pink towers of the Old Mission, which hosts retreats and festivals. Kenny Slaught states that the brightly colored tiles of the County Courthouse houses brilliant murals and other appealing attributes, and … More Kenny Slaught On Rich History Of Santa Barbara

Kenny Slaught Encourages Architecture Fans To Visit Santa Barbara

Almost 100 years ago, famous architect George Washington Smith birthed the California movement remembered as the Spanish Colonial revival. Smith departed from Harvard prematurely and then worked as a bond trader. Once Smith became successful, he moved to Santa Barbara for a quiet lifestyle, hoping to work on his painting. However, he was taken aback … More Kenny Slaught Encourages Architecture Fans To Visit Santa Barbara

Kenny Slaught – Discusses Seven Best Landmark Destinations in Santa Barbara

Founded in 1786 by Spanish Catholic Church on the feast day of Saint Barbara, Mission Santa Barbara was the tenth mission of religious conversion of native indigenous people in Santa Barbara County. Its extensive waterworks are a filter house, Spanish gristmill, sections of aqueducts, and two reservoirs served as part of Santa Barbara water system. … More Kenny Slaught – Discusses Seven Best Landmark Destinations in Santa Barbara