The Michigan Solar House (MiSo*) is an innovative 660-square foot, solar-powered home collaboratively designed and built by an interdisciplinary team of architecture students and faculty from Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan for the 2005 Solar Decathlon in Washington DC, involving teams at various stages in its development, that totaled some 150 people. The team collaborated with people from the LS&A, School of Art & Design, School of Natural Resources and Environment, Ross School of Business, the College of Engineering, as well as local professionals and community volunteers.