A Spitalfields Life:
Suresh Singh's Tales of a Cockney Sikh
Suresh Singh trained as a carpenter before studying architecture at the Polytechnic of Central London and the Bartlett. He talks about the ‘architectural spirit’ that resides in ‘the accidental beauty of the everyday’ – an interest his Sikh father inspired in him as they witnessed the streets of London’s East End change around them over the last 60 years. ‘It’s not just about steel and glass’ he argues, ‘it’s about the interaction of people’.