This tiny “e-mailable” solar house snaps together like a 3D puzzle without a single nail
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Submitted as Clemson University’s first U.S. Solar Decathlon entry, Indigo Pine is a stand out contender for its novel construction method, called Sim[PLY], that greatly simplifies the building process. The Sim[PLY] structural system starts as a set of digital files that are sent to a local CNC machine which mills over 500 pieces of standardized-sheets of plywood into smaller interlocking pieces. The plywood components are individually numbered, flat-packed, and then shipped to the building site,...