as far away from yours as possible
yes, due to frame technology (using a frame in a house) you can build virtually any shape of a home that would stand with space inside.
you would build one
You would need to build a CCIE rack at home to connect network connections with many different computers. In addition, the CCIE rack provides space for security cameras and other electronics in the house.
Building a house is for multiple reasons. You specified that YOU are building the house. Dating back in time, such as the Indians they built houses for mainly PROTECTION and not to just live in them forever, they made simple houses called Wicki-ups which were just tents made out of sticks. Now-a-days if YOU were to build a house, it wouldn't be modern mostly because of it being yourself, it would take decades. Correction: If you meant why would anyone build a house, it could be for their job or if you meant if they wanted to live in a house, it is because of PROTECTION or private living space like I have written before.
Just like you would a house.
There are no houses in Antarctica, because there are no cities, states or countries there. One would not build a house in Antarctica.
storage space, control space, and build space storage space, control space, and build space
The cost to build a house in 1870 would vary depending on size. A four room 32' by 40' house would cost about $700 to build. A smaller 2 room house measuring 16' by 22' would cost about $300.
You build space craft in order to get to and travel round in space.
How about a house, like you would do with cards?
If you want to build a colonial school house you need very plain resources such as wood, nails, and a hammer. You would have to build the building completely by hand.
Because all the technology we have we are gonna build space stations on it.