My first thought, "would this get in the way of relaxing on a couch?" If yes, then not that thing.
But to expound on why a huge hamster cage...
1) I'm assuming there's an even bigger house.
2) I'm assuming someone else owns and maintains this bigger house
3) I assume I am their pet
4) This would mean I have no reason for a job
5) This would also mean I have all my food delivered to me
You know what's really fun? Satisfactory, the PC game. You can make an entire planet-sized machine infrastructure focused on efficiency and automation. I love it. It's so relaxing because there's no real survival mechanic - you're just focused on completing an attainable task. Sometimes after a hard day of work, I turn 90 degrees (I have an L-shaped desk, work on one side, play on the other) and fire up Satisfactory, effectively switching the insane challenge
of understanding corporate culture while trying to solve real-world issues at the same time for mining copper and turning it into wire, which then I can turn into cables, which I can then turn into other machinery. It makes sense.
Point being, if I lived in a hamster cage, it wouldn't change much about how I live my life except to say I'd have more time to play Satisfactory and be with my wife.