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Architect

George Francis Hellmuth, American architect. Designated knight Sovereign Military Order of Malta in United States of America. Fellow American Institute of Architects (First Honor award 1956).

Background

HELLMUTH, George was born on October 5, 1907 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. Son of George William and Harriet Fowler Hellmuth.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, Washington University, 1928. Master of Architecture, Washington University, 1930. Steedman traveling fellow, 1931.

Diploma, Ecole des Beaux Arts, Fontainebleau, France.

Career

Assistant to President Smith, Hinchman & Grylls, Detroit, Michigan 1940-1949. Partner Hellmuth, Yamasaki & Leinweber 1949-1955. Chairman Board Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum, Inc.

1955-1978, HOKIntemational Inc. 1977-1986; Vice-President Plannet Corporation since 1986. F. and Chairman Datacon Techs.

Inc. since 1987; principal international. President Bald Eagle Company. Steedman Travelling Fellowship 1930.

First Honor.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Principal architectural works include: King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. King Khaled International Airport, Riyadh. (outside United States) Nile Tower, Cairo, Egypt, University West Indies, Trinidad, Spanish Honduras secondary school system, American Embassy, El Salvador, American embassy housing, Cairo, Canadian medium and maximum prisons, Taipei World Trade Center, Taiwan, Housing for Royal Saudi Naval Forces, Saudi Arabia, Military Secondary Schools, Saudi Arabia, Air Defense Command Headquarters Complex, Saudi Arabia, Burgan Bank Hdtrs., Kuwait, Asoka Development, Kuala Lumpur, Chesterton Retail Mall, United Kingdom. Principal architectural works include: (United States) National Air and Space Museum, Washington, Marion Federal Maximum Security Prison, (Illinois), International Business Machines Corporation Advanced systems Lab, Los Gatos, California, Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Airport, University Wisconsin Medical Center, Madison. International Rivercenter, New Orleans.State University of New York Health Sciences Complex, Buffalo, The Galleria/Post Oak Center, Houston, E.R. Squibb Co, Lawrenceville, New Jersey, McDonnell Planetarium, St. Louis, Dow Research and Development Facility, Indianapolis. Commonwealth Puerto Rico Penal System. Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina.Lubbock Regional Airport, (Texas), Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, St. Louis, District of Columbia Courthouse, St. Louis University School Nursing, Northern Illinois University Library, Mobil Oil Headquarters, Fairfax, Virginia, Cities Service Research Center, Tulsa, Marriott Corporation Headquarters, Bethesda, Maryland, McDonnell Douglas Automation Center, St. Louis, Moscone Convention Center, San Francisco, Piers 1. 2. 3., Boston, Clark County Dentention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, Pillsbury Research and Development Facility, Minneapolis, Saturn Automotive Facility, Tennessee, Burger King World Headquarters, Miami, Exxon Research and Egrning. Center, Clinton, New Jersey, Incarnate Word Hospital, St. Louis, Kellogg Company Headquarters, Battle Creek, Michigan, Fleet Center, Providence, Phillips Point, West Palm Beach, Florida, Sohio Corporation Headquarters, Cleveland, Lincoln Tower, Miami, 2000 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, Providence Park, Fairfax, Virginia, Tower One, Houston, Griffin Tower, Dallas, Atlantic Richfield Company Tower, Denver, Levi's Plaza, San Francisco, Southwestern Bell Telephone Headquarters, St. Louis, Metropolitan Life Building, St. Louis, Burger King Headquarters, Miami, Florida, Saturn Automotive Facility, Tennessee, Living World Education Center, St. Louis Zoo, BP Headquarters, London, University Alabama-Birmingham Hospital, University Hospital at St. Louis University, Missouri, Saint Louis Galleria Expansion, 801 Grand Office Building, Des Moines, Moore Business Forms Headquarters, Lake Forest, Illinois, The Florida Aquarium, Tampa, Federal Reserve Bank Minneapolis, Federal Reserve Bank Cleveland, Jacobs Field, Cleveland, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore, New York University Replacement Hospital, New York City, Northwestern Memorial Replacement Hospital, Chicago, United States Environmental Protection Agency Environmental Research Facility, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, Thomas F. Eagleton United States Courthouse, St. Louis, Exxon Corporation World Headquarters, Irving, Texas, Huangpu District Master Plan, Shanghai, Hongkong Stadium, Victoria, Hong Kong, Fukuoka (Japan) International Airport Terminal, Sendai (Japan) International Airport Terminal, many other industrial and business corporate headquarters, research centers.

Membership

Fellow American Institute of Architects (First Honor award 1956).

Connections

Married Mildred Lee Henning, May 24, 1941. Children: George William, Nicholas Matthew, Mary Cleveland, Theodore Henning, Daniel Fox.

father:
George W. Hellmuth

mother:
Harriet M. (Fowler) Hellmuth

spouse:
Mildred Lee Henning

child:
George William Hellmuth

child:
Nicholas Matthew Hellmuth

child:
Mary Cleveland Hellmuth

child:
Theodore Henning Hellmuth

child:
Daniel Fox Hellmuth