Houses are important. We all need houses of some sort, to keep from getting cold and have somewhere to cook and wash.
Sadly not everyone has a house and not just in those sad, charity commercial countries where pianist follow staving children around playing music to make their lives even worse. If the fancy nubmer-maker-upers are to be believed, the housing situation in the formerly rich part of Europe had become somewhat desperate.
Oh but all is not lost! Clever clogs architects like Irish born person Dominic Stevens and human being of Dutch origin Beatrice Galilee have dug deep into the maddest parts of their respective unconscious coming out with with some 'alternative' housing designs, one of which looks wood and glass box, literally built on water, requiring a bridge to get to it.
Inspired by the effort, 'misunderstood genius' Damien Hirst made his own contribution, of a sort, creating a two room bungalow titled "Where The Heart Is" out of cooked butcher scraps.