Sucking Salt is a project that focuses on archiving Caribbean architecture and aesthetics for continued research. It is an effort to diversify architectural history to include and consider the Caribbean as a site of material importance and as a major site of intersection between various cultures and colonial histories. If architecture is a way of bringing the past into the present, shaping the future, and dictating public and private spaces, it provides a space for creolization to be made visible in the aesthetics of structure and landscapes. The project can currently be found on Instagram @sucking.salt

ARCHIVES BEYOND AUTHORSHIP: An Interview with Sucking Salt 2023

LOCAL AGGREGATES: Carribean Architecture Explored Through Its Own Material History 2021