Quite do-able as a houseplant. Trick is to have the developing leaves grow with their backs to the light, then tie to a stake otherwise plant has a 5' spread. I did think it needed potting on a lot but it really doesn't.
The Sun Pitcher Plant (Heliamphora) is an exotic pitcher plant growing among the clouds of South America. A relative of the North American Sarracenia and Darlingtonia californica, the pitfall traps turn solid hues of green, red, and dark purple.