A fellow architect called upon me to help him with the design of a prospective new home; the owners were very particular in the direction and placement of the house.
When designing a new home, feng shui is a powerful tool to help create a comfortable and welcoming place.
Here is a wonderful example illustrating the design changes for a prospective new home to be built in Kings Point, located in Long Island, New York.
What changes were done as you look at the “Before” and the “After” floor plans?
With sincere thanks for watching the video!
Please download this report and questionnaire by clicking onto this link, Five Tips to Create a Positive and Prosperous Space:
- The desk is in the “commanding position”.
- Lots of natural light or use full spectrum lighting in your workplace.
- Lush green plants promote “good health” and prosperity!
- Place artwork to inspire you!
- Organize and periodically clear your desk for new projects.
Here are some inspirational pictures with additional tips for consideration for your work space:
So, which diagram shows your desk position?
Diagrams B, D + E are the best feng shui desk locations for a private office.
And here are a couple more articles which may interest you: Feng Shui for Your Office. and Space Centered.
Please feel free to call or email me for an evaluation of your office space.
I look forward to meeting you. RD
I am very honored to be called by Li Li from the Sino-American Friendship Association to be interviewed for a program entitled, Discover Beijing, sharing my feng shui knowledge of famous Chinese landmarks such as the Forbidden City.
It was fun to prepare for the interview; I went through my travel archives of my feng shui study trips in China as well as researching my select library of books. Even though the interview took over an hour, I am shown for a very brief time; here is the link to the program: Discover Beijing (Part 2)
Beijing – China, one of the world’s fastest rising cosmopolitan cities and a world-famous imperial capital, has a history of 3,000 years with more than 860 years as the capital of China. This show will take you to the capital of an ancient empire, steeped in thousands of years of culture. A city bursting with life and opportunity.
A people celebrating their past while embracing the future. A place to inspire and a journey to experience. This is Beijing, a modern city with an imperial past.
After a brief introduction about feng shui, the ba-gua was placed over the floor plan to foster discussion from the client to clarify her intentions for the consultation. After evaluating the chi energies of the unfurnished apartment, it became clear where to place the furnishings and to determine the sizes of the furniture; following the calculation of her main element using the Nine Star Ki system, the colors were selected to balance the chi energy of the client and her new home!
The sketch above places the Ba-Gua over the apartment.
The sketch below shows the first proposal with the furniture layout showing the round table located next to the window. The area closest to the window is “yang” energy which is appropriate for a table for eating or working.
For the bedroom, a measuring tape with blue masking tape on the floor delineates the best location for the bed.
Here is the sketch summarizing the feng shui recommendations for the apartment showing the furniture placement and sizes, paint colors, and feng shui “cures” for Relationship and Creativity.
Here is the calculation of the element of the client using the Nine Star Ki and illustration of the Five Element theory.
Here are pictures of the unfurnished space. Please note that we used a roll of plastic to visually position the new couch and moved the desk to make sure that chi flow was good.
Smiling client with RD and students.