Alex Friehauf established is own firm in San
Diego in 1977. The son of a carpenter, Alex Friehauf found
architecture a natural extension of his childhood. He
helped build Disneyland then helped cut his architectural
teeth designing schools and commercial buildings while
working with a firm in Los Angeles. In 1969, Friehauf
moved to San Diego where he worked with Dale Neagle for
several years, his focus gradually switching to residential.
19 years ago, Alex's son Craig joined the firm, which
then became Friehauf Architects. The team brings together
the over 45 years of experience of Alex and the new unique
ideas of Craig. With the Associate Designer Lesley Schmidt,
Friehauf Architects has combined experience of over 70
years in the field of Architecture.