Fuad Loutfi



I am both honored and excited to be at the Guthrie Center, not only as an instructor, but also as a former SBISD graduate.

My background is focused in Architecture, with an architectural degree (Magna Cum Laude) from the University of Houston Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture, along with an Environmental Design degree, and a Math minor. I had the opportunity to study abroad at the Centre d’Etude d’ Architecture in Saintes, France, as well as take advantage of many travel opportunities for studies, field trips, as well as recreation. Having been born overseas as well as traveling and studying abroad, an appreciation was sparked for the various people and cultures I encountered as well as the numerous techniques and elements other countries incorporate into their design solutions and architecture. I worked professionally and primarily in architecture for about 12 years. I have also worked as an adjunct professor teaching AutoCAD for San Jacinto Community College, as well as a live sound engineer since 2000.

My desire, goal, and honor is to not only help students prepare for Architecture or any related fields, as well as any technical certifications, the services, higher education and/or the work force, but also to help them generally grow and mature as young adults. By exploring the various avenues of architecture and design, I hope to inspire students to awaken to the thoughtful creativity that comes from critical thinking and resourcefulness in developing their approach to architectural design and life in general.

Email: Fuad.Loutfi@springbranchisd.com

Phone: 713.251.1354

Conference Time 9:30-10:30 AM