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Alajos was born at Buda in 1847 into a family of Bavarian origin, the son of Ferenc Hauszmann and Anna Maár (siblings: Hermina (1845–1929), Ferenc (1850–1918) and Kornélia (1854-1837)). He studied painting from 1861, then became a bricklayer's apprentice. In 1864 he attended Technical University of Budapest, and in 1866 he continued architecture studies at the Bauakademie in Berlin, along with Ödön Lechner.
1868 Assistant Professor at the Technical University of Budapest
1869-1870. Grand tour of Italy to study renaissance architecture
1872 Professor at the Technical University for the next 40 years
1874 Married Mariette Senior, whom he met in Berlin