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The walls of this repair garage features a carefully-studied arrangement of solids and voids, along with authentic detailing such as the powerful arch, barrel-tiled gable edge, and clusters of clay pipe vents.  Located in Santa Barbara, its design is the result of an unusually restrictive design ordinance that essentially mandates Spanish Revival as the city’s official style--a draconian policy that, while certainly open to criticism, has nevertheless placed the city at the forefront of quality and diversity in modern Spanish Revival work.