A woman sits by a window in the Casablanca neighborhood of Havana, Cuba. Photographer Carolina Sandretto spent some time in "solares," the crumbling maze-like buildings that many Cubans divide and cohabitate.
A man sits in the doorway of a communal living house.
A man sleeps in his house in Havana.
A young girl has a piano lesson in Havana. In solares there are often several generations and separate families sharing one dwelling.
Young Rosalinda lives in a solar in Santiago, Cuba.
A baby rests in a solar in Camaguey, Cuba.
Juan Sancez was a teacher for 40 years before retiring in Camaguey.
A woman looks out from a solar in Havana.
Inside a house in Baracoa, Cuba.
Solar inhabitants in Camaguey enjoy a movie on the only television available.