>>Male 1: We’re from Clemson University in
South Carolina.>>Female 1: The name of our house is Indigo
Pine, and we got that title from
two historic crops from South Carolina and we’re sort of using that to tie into our
rich past and looking forward to our contemporary future.>>Male 1: I think our team,
it’s all about a family. Clemson itself has the Clemson family that’s — it’s just a culture that we have at our university, and we’re sort of tapping into that. All of our kids in the architecture department
and all of the kids in the engineering, packaging science, communication — everything that encompasses the project is all about this Indigo Pine family.>>Female 1: Our house is going to be all
built from wood, and we actually created a very unique structural
system.>>Male 2: And it’s something that anyone
of any size — you know, her or myself —
we can move these pieces, we can put them together
and there’s no nailing, there’s no mechanical fastening.
It’s just metal zip ties.>>Female 1: Our house requires no heavy machinery,
no oversized equipment. It’s all man-powered construction.>>Male 1: The home itself is designed for
a southern family of four. The home features a three-bedroom space.
It’s just a little bit different than a lot of the other homes
that have been in the competition in the past.>>Female 2: A big fixture of having the house
really portray that southern ideal is the idea of having this big front porch
that we can all go out on, enjoy, talk, and drink our sweet tea together.>>Team: Team Clemson!