enki magazine celebrates luxury eco living, architecture, design and creativity, showcasing inspiring artists, designers, and cultural trends through visually striking content and thought-provoking storytelling.
This issue of enki magazine features projects including: a red cedar-clad, low-impact building designed as a tranquil holiday home in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Sussex coastline; three blackened timber cabins for rent in enchanting woodland in Reckenthal, Germany, and a renovated organic farm, built by Clementine Blakemore Architects using passive design techniques, creates an accessible rural retreat in Dorset.
Designed by Architecture BRIO, the plantation retreat in Alibag, “The Ray” showcases an intriguing blend of innovative design, contextual sensitivity, and sustainable principles. Situated in the picturesque coastal town of Alibag, known for its natural beauty and tranquil surroundings, the project emerges as a noteworthy architectural endeavor.Drawing inspiration from the local context, the villa seamlessly integrates with its surroundings, creating a harmonious relationship between architecture and nature. The design concept emphasizes a deep connection to the coastal landscape, incorporating elements that capture the essence of Alibag's unique coastal identity.