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Architect"s Guide to Feng Shui, Exploding the Myth

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Published by Architectural Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Architectural structure & design,
  • Reference,
  • Architecture,
  • Feng Shui,
  • Architecture / General,
  • General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7972394M
    ISBN 100750656069
    ISBN 109780750656061

    Feng shui (Chinese: 風水), also known as Chinese geomancy, is a pseudoscientific traditional practice originating from ancient China, which claims to use energy forces to harmonize individuals with their surrounding term feng shui literally translates as "wind-water" in English. This is a cultural shorthand taken from the passage of the now-lost Book of Burial recorded in Guo.


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Feng shui is about creating harmony by finding ways to connect manmade things with nature through design. Architects from around the world have made major design decisions based on feng shui.

Some of the popular buildings that were inspired by feng shui principles are the Louvre Museum, the Sydney Opera House, Columbus Circle, and more. Architect's Guide to Feng Shui: Exploding the Myth.

Oxford: Elsevier, ISBN (in Chinese) Chai Zejun. Chai Zejun Gujianzhu Wenji. Beijing: Wenwu, ISBN ; Fairbank, Wilma. Liang and Lin: Partners in Exploring China's Architectural Past. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, ISBN Feng Shui is a topic that rarely enters contemporary architectural discourse although many Architects have Clients who consider the principles of Feng Shui as important to their project in one way or another, and with the recent Chinese New Year celebrations having just passed, what better time to discuss the role of Feng Shui in architecture and the home.

Feng Shui for Architecture by Simona F. Mainini, Dr. Arch. Feng Shui for Architecture is an easy-to-use manual designed to help readers incorporate the ancient science and philosophy of Feng Shui into the design, building, remodeling, and decorating of their homes to support the well being of its occupants in all aspects of their lives.

In the last two decades, Architects’ clients demand Feng Shui to be adopted in their building projects. In some ways they ask the architect to include Feng Shui concept embedded in the design when the design is almost finish. The architects were shocked when they found that they have to do major changes to their (almost finished) design.

Many of them are reluctant to follow up design. To the Chinese, Feng shui is extremely important. Feng shui is even more important than virtues and education. There is a popular saying: First is Destiny - Second is Luck - Third is Feng Shui - Fourth is Virtues, and - Fifth is Education.

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Quiet London Paperback End date:   How this affects feng shui directions has been a topic of debate among feng shui consultants for awhile now. Some say it doesn’t matter. Others say you have to reverse everything for that side of the world. While I, personally, am classically trained in feng shui, I pull things from all the feng shui methods.

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Educational Facilities The American Institute of Architects. Globalisa and Emerging. Feng Shui Is Just About Re-Arranging Furniture. There’s a good chance you’ll end up moving some things around in your home when working with a consultant or reading up on feng shui.

And while the arrangement of furniture is certainly a part of feng shui, it’s just a small slice of the pie. R.D. Chin, feng shui master and architect, advises positioning the desk in the “power position” of the room — diagonally opposite from the door.

This gives a commanding view of the room. Feng Shui thus provides the guide for house base and tomb site choice.

Inin the book Study of Natural Science, Yin Hongji wrote, “Feng Shui is a science for seeking auspicious building sites” (p. 12). Professor Pan Guxi pointed out in the preface of Headstream Exploration of Feng Shui () that the core content of Feng Shui is the.

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The final goal is to support your well-being, as well as your family's, in all aspects of life. It is also particularly useful during a real estate pre-acquisition inspection, for it offers examples of bad Feng Shui (to avoid), good Feng Shui (to.

About the Author: Simona F. Mainini is a Doctor of Architecture and Feng Shui Master who uses Traditional Feng Shui to help others increase wellness, abundance, love, and happiness in their lives.

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Feng Shui is the science of the study of nature. It is an ancient Chinese philosophy used in the construction of cities, houses, and buildings etc which involves a form of geomancy, prediction by geographic features, but Feng Shui and Architecture is mainly concerned about the relationship between nature and human beings so that we live in harmony with the environment.

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Off late, Feng Shui has been seriously considered as an important tool in architecture around the globe.

INTRODUCTION. Quin niao tse, an officer in the Yellow Emperor’s regime is believed to be the originator or the propagator of Feng Shui, and accordingly once it was called as the ‘Art of Qin niao tse’, though any documentation of his work is considered to be lost (Too, ). Feng Shui & Architecture: Incorporating the Concepts.

The fundamentals of Feng Shui bring the ideals of function, flow, and harmony into the visions of architectural ideation. Feng Shui literally means “wind-water” in English and is the Chinese art or practice of positioning objects or structures so as to harmonize with spiritual forces.Feng Shui for Architecture.

Feng Shui For Architecture is a full-scale, "boutique" Feng Shui consulting firm and training center that has been trailblazing the field of Scientific Feng Shui applications to homes, offices and businesses in the U.S. and Europe since when it was first created in Los Angeles by Simona F.

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