Abdelghani Tayyibi is an architect and urban planner.  He has been Director of the National School of Architecture in Marrakech since December 2015. He holds a doctorate in Materials Science, and has been a Professor of Architecture since March 2004. He heads the Laboratoire de la Terre of the National School of Architecture in Rabat, and the Centre du Patrimoine des Architectures de Terre in Marrakech since receiving an advanced degree from the National School of Architecture in Grenoble.

He was appointed head of the National School of Architecture in Fés in July 2009, and founding head of the National School of Architecture of Marrakech in May 2012. Tayyibi specializes in architecture and sustainable development, and heritage architecture.  Since June 2010 he has been the Moroccan representative of the UNESCO Chair for Architecture de Terre, Cultures Constructives et Développement Durable au Maroc (ATCCDD Maroc).

In June 2013 he founded the Institut Culturel d’Architecture et du Patrimoine Maroc (ICAP-Morocco), and has been the Moroccan advisor for the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS Morocco) since September 2013. In 2016 Tayyibi defended a doctoral thesis at Ibn Toufail University in Kenitra, the Mining Industry School and Mohammed V University in Rabat, on the subject of rehabilitation and resilience in Moroccan earthen architecture.

Source: 
Tayyibi, Abdelghani. Tayyibi Abdelghani: Curriculum Vitae. Pdf. 2017.
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