>>Female: We are team Aggie Sol.
The theme of the house is really to encourage community living
because our target audience is really farm workers, agricultural workers.
And they tend to live sometimes with individuals that they may or may not know.
So we wanted to encourage them to have a communal space
that opens up to the outside and just a relaxing environment for them to
come home to after a long day of work.>>Male 1: For the competition we aimed the
house to be agricultural farm working housing.
However, after the competition, we’re aiming for this to be low-income housing
for the masses. So for the competition, the market would be, of course, agricultural. However, after the competition,
this is generally meant to be available for the masses of California and
America.>>Male 2: We don’t want people to have to
make a choice anymore between sustainable living and affordable
living. We want it to be one and the same.>>Male 3: It would be great if we could just
educate the public to only — all the ages, specifically, in kids in
the early ages, to learn about sustainability, energy, and
affordable housing that can affect their future
and then maybe some of them in the future want to pursue it and dedicate their future
to be an architect, engineer, and then we can
make a culture actually.>>Male 1: In terms of the opportunities available
to collegiate students, this is by far the largest in scope.
This is also, by far, the one that gives the most responsibility and opportunity to the
students. Very rarely can the student come out and say
that they developed a project that involved construction, architecture,
engineering all combined. So this is a fantastic opportunity for all
students.>>All: Go, Aggies.