Male, born 03/26/1918, died 09/18/1995

Associated with the firms network

Becket, Welton D., and Associates, Architects; Hassouna, Fred Sami, Architect; Kistner, Wright, and Wright, Architects; Martin, A.C. and Associates, Architects

Professional History

Architect and Director of Excavations, Arabic Museum, Cairo, Egypt, 1940-1944; Lecturer in Archaeology and Architecture, University of Alexandria, Alexandria, Egypt, 1944-1945, 1947-1948; Town Planning Assistant, Huyton-on-Roby Urban District Council, England, 1946-1947; Draftsman, Holabird, Root and Burgee, Architects, Chicago, IL, 1952; Job Captain, Kistner, Wright and Wright, Architects, San Diego, CA, 1952-1953; Project Architect, Welton Becket and Associates, Los Angeles, CA, 1954-1956; Project Architect, Albert C. Martin and Associates, 1956-1958;

Professor of Architecture, East Los Angeles College, East Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA;

Hassouna joined the American Institute of Architects, Pasadena Chapter, in 1959. In 1962, Hassouna was a Registered Architect in the States of CA and TX. Member, Planning Committee, 1959;

Fellow, International Institute of Arts and Letters, Switerland, 1961;


Dipl. in Arch., Higher School of Fine Arts, Cairo, Egypt, 1940; Dipl in Egyptology, University of Cairo, Cairo, Egypt, 1944; Dipl. in Civic Design, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, England, UK, 1946; M.Arch. and M.S. in Public Policy, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, 1950;


Born in Cairo, Hassouna studied in Liverpool, England and Los Angeles, CA. He settled in Southern CA after attending USC. In 1953, Hassouna lived at 1227 North Gower Street, Hollywood, Los Angeles. His last residence was 31242 Flying Cloud Drive, Laguna Niguel, Orange County, CA.

His mother's maiden name was Mansour.

Fred Hassouna married Verna A. Hassouna, who worked as a teacher in 1957.

SSN: 568-40-2575; Hassouna was born, "Fouad Amin Sami Hassouna," but later changed it to "Fred." Fred Hassouna and his wife Verna landed in Southampton, England from New York on 07/03/1957; they intended to stay in England for two weeks before traveling to Egypt. Hassouna was made a naturalized U.S. Citizen on 01/09/1953.

Associated Locations

  • Cairo, Egypt (Architect's Birth)
    Cairo, Egypt

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PCAD id: 3974