Renowned for his contributions to the society and interest in American history of arts and urban design, California-based entrepreneur Kenny Slaught accepts the impact of perfect architectural trends and backdrops on Santa-Barbara’s recent construction industry. While Slaught highlights the Spanish influenced buildings and ornately designed archways and structures stretched along this tiny coastal city of the Golden State on his blog at, he also reveals the history of constructional uptake in Santa Barbara. He explains how architectural developments changed as the government tried to control the unhindered housing growth over the last century.

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