They say it takes a village to raise a child, but in Southeast Asia, it takes a village to raise and move a house:
This second approach is more modern, and shot in a much artsier way. New-Zealand-based filmmaker Thomas Gleeson's short, "Home," is an unnarrated mini-doc meant to "[explore] the idea of what makes a house a home:"
Whomever failed to secure the stove was presumably fired.
Portland, Oregon-based Path Architecture has designed a house for the specific purpose of moving—but in place. Their "359" tiny house is a 12' x 12' structure, complete with plumbing, that can be rotated to face (or avoid) the sun. Impressively, the rotation can be enacted manually by two children:
It's called "359" because it doesn't actually rotate the full 360 degrees; they need that final degree to keep the plumbing and electrical connections intact. We assume there's either some kind of physical brake, or those kids are extremely coordinated.