Riyaz Tayyibji

Riyaz Tayyibji is a practicing architect and partner at anthill design, Ahmedabad.

He is actively involved in architectural documentation, research and academics, and has been an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Architecture, Cept University and the Co-ordinator of the Gandhi Heritage Sites Mission set up to document the buildings made by and related to the life of M.K. Gandhi.

Riyaz has curated exhibitions on the architecture and the urbanity of Ahmedabad that have opened both internationally and in India. Amongst these is, The Stepwells of Ahmedabad: A Conversation between Water and Heritage, that opened at the Kanoria Centre for Arts and the Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmedabad in 2016. He has recently published a guide to the city’s architecture.