Speaking of huts, here's (right) one that caught my eye this summer. Coveting a pretty house in the woods is perhaps the exact opposite of what lovers of wisdom should be doing, but it's also exactly the kind of thing that does appeal, at least to me. This one has no power or plumbing, but it has a composting toilet, a wood-burning stove, and a stream on the property. Solar panels could be installed on the roof, maybe.
One thing that I sometimes think Wittgenstein wanted to get across was the idea that it ain't necessarily so. Things don't have to be the way we assume or insist they have to be. And this hut suggests to me a whole vision of a life lived off the grid. It might be a fantasy (in which case Wittgenstein, a sometime hut-dweller himself, of course, would probably be against it) but it's a relatively rich one. I will probably (understatement) never go and live off the grid, and would probably hate it if I did, but if the fantasy appeals strongly enough then I might be more prepared than I usually am to risk not being able to pay the mortgage in future. That's a kind of courage that it's probably good and useful to have.
So a hut like this, although in no way the kind of argument, theory, or concept that make up philosophy, might be morally improving and mentally liberating (at least to some limited extent). And that makes it somewhat philosophy-ish. At any rate, it's a nice-looking building.