While we’ve all jotted down notes and sketches for projects during night’s out among friends, few of them turn into anything more than unfettered creativity with the free-flowing exchange of ideas. The Stipfold Angular Blackbird Cabin was born out of the same unfiltered creative process, but it actually resulted into something material thanks to design firm Stipfold. Hundreds of different, angular sketches came together through the unfiltered process as early as 2012–without any external impositions–to create a dwelling that’s equal parts villain lair and testament to brutalist, angular design–while still being connected to the natural world that surrounds it. As Stipfold puts it, “The cabin accommodates a parking spot and a roofed terrace outdoors. The interior represents a unified space – different rooms being only visually separated. The aluminum-clad kitchen island and open fireplace share an exhaust hood of the same material and character. This texture prominently seeps throughout the design. The sculptural interior features several pieces of cozy furniture, making the space more comfortable.” There’s plenty of space to park your vintage Land Rover while still allowing for enough space to live and roam comfortably.