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Our One-of-a-Kind Courthouse: A Santa Barbara Treasure (Part Two)
Grab another glass of wine and join us again from your living room as urban design architect and historic preservation advocate David DeSelm shares the fascinating history of our one-of-a-kind Courthouse. We’ll look at key events and people who shaped the Spanish image of Santa Barbara, the unique and quirky design elements that make the Courthouse so special and the creativity of two architects whose talents produced such an extraordinary building. We will also learn how the Courthouse got its National Historic Landmark designation.

Co-hosted by Santa Barbara Courthouse Legacy Foundation

Apr 28, 2021 05:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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David DeSelm
@Santa Barbara Courthouse Legacy Foundation
David DeSelm is a retired urban design architect with 35 years experience in master planning, design and construction of new communities, urban development projects and high-end destination resorts around the world. He is a Board member of the Santa Barbara Courthouse Legacy Foundation and a docent at the historic Casa del Herrero. He was first interested in historic buildings working on an archaeological dig at the legendary city of Mycenae in Greece. As a Peace Corps architect in Tunisia, he worked on historic preservation studies for a Byzantine fortress, an Ottoman mosque, and the Islamic walled city of Sfax.