if you ask someone to build or draw a house, that person is going to use their frame of reference and their environment and use what they know to 'create' their house.
What they come up with is based on their current surroundings,
their traditional ideas, their climate, their level of knowledge, and their strategy.
Even 'experts' can build a 'house of cards' that won't hold up for long.
The success of their house depends on how much they are willing to work on it and
how much they are willing to learn from it.
Even the masters create their works, and step back to evaluate and fine tune their 'art work'.
At times they may totally rework a section if it doesn't work for them.
So while a rookie draws a simple crayon drawing of the cartoon house...it's a start.
Their skill and mastery will grow with experience.
And whether they draw a cottage, a teepee, an igloo, or an apartment building,
what matters most is that it's a house that they can live with.
As long as it's not a tent....which Is my idea of a fad diet