Sai Prateek Narayan
Sai is an architectural and urban designer from Muscat, Oman, working at the nexus of ecology, resilience, communities, and planning. He received a Bachelors in Architecture from Syracuse University and a Masters in Urban Design from Carnegie Mellon University. He has worked on projects across the United States, Middle East, and Southeast Asia. Prior to joining Sherwood, he worked on a variety of residential, mixed-use, and low-cost township projects across India, and researched retrofitting postal offices as community resilience hubs across Pittsburgh, PA.
Fun Facts: Sai climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in 2010 to raise awareness about children with autism. He spent a summer in high school building a school dormitory with rammed earth construction in Ladakh, India. Sai is an avid photographer, he has published a book on people photography, and is working on 2 more – one on architectural details and another on street graffiti.