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Architect

Mark Garrison Hampton, American architect. Decorated Bronze Star, Purple Heart; recipient award Homes for Better Living competition, 1957, 62; National Design award Horizon Home program, 1963.

Background

Hampton, Mark Garrison was born on July 17, 1923 in Tampa, Florida, United States. Son of Ham Stonewall and Laura (Bingenheimer) Hampton.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1949.

Career

Owner, Mark Hampton, Architect, Tampa, 1952-1965; Owner, Mark Hampton, Architect, Miami, Florida, since 1974; partner, Herbert H. Johnson Associations, Miami, 1966-1973.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Principal works include Chemistry and Life Science bldgs, University Southern Florida, Tampa, 1961, First Federal Office Bldg, Sarasota, 1973.

Membership

Board of directors Lannan Foundation, Palm Beach, Florida, 1972-1988. President Tampa The Art Institute of Chicago, 1958, 64. Served with infantry Army of the United States, 1943-1946.

Fellow American Institute of Architects (juror National Honor awards 1963, 64, medal of honor for design Florida Central chapter 1974, award of honor for design 1987, test of time award 1987).

Connections

father:
Ham Stonewall Hampton

mother:
Laura (Bingenheimer) Hampton