Sai Prateek Narayan
Sai is an architectural and urban designer focused on the intersection of urban ecology, community engagement, and social space. Born in Muscat, Oman, he completed his Masters in Urban Design with honors at Carnegie Mellon University in 2019, his Bachelors in Architecture from Syracuse University in 2015, and worked in Mumbai to work for 2 years on a variety of residential, mixed-use and low-cost township projects. Most recently, he presented his graduate thesis, titled “Water Marks: Restoring Water’s Status in the Urban Realm”, garnering an honorable mention in the UA Ruhr “Future of My City” international competition.
Fun Facts: Sai climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in 2010 to raise awareness about children with autism in Oman. He also spent a summer in high school building a dormitory with local materials for an elementary school in Ladakh, India.