Abomination. Break into it with a razor knife: cut through the siding, struggle through the Tyvec with same razor knife and your in. Why crowbar the door? It may be harder. McDOnald's is to food as this is to housing. I am a wood floor craftman in a dying trade. People believe a fake wood floor is better these days. It is what it is. My floors kick ass and will outlive me. People don't even build for themselves anymore. They build for the market aka most sq.ft. for the buck, or to keep up with the Jone's who are doing just that. Sheeple.....
edit: OK that might be stucco. So to break in, need tinsnips, a hammer from the dollar store and razor knife
And one of our own tribe a climber, extraordinary explorer and an amazing architect. Kevin Vallely. In 2009 Kevin,Ray Zahab and Richard Weber broke the world record for an unsupported trek from Hercules Inlet to the South Pole, a distance of 1,100km. He trained for this by running the Seymour Demenstration Forest 20Km with a rope tied around his waist dragging a car tire.
Abomination? Absolutely! A well designed house should sit gently on the land. It should work with it instead of against. Any good architect will study the site, the path of the sun in the various seasons, the flow of the prevailing winds, and the surrounding flora. The structure built will in harmony with all those element.
Of course, some folks get some money, buy blueprints from a catalog, and hire a builder to build a house - devoid of thought and taste - just like the owner.