Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Architects Guide to Feng Shui : Exploding The Myth by Cate Bramble




Includes line illustrations that present the principles of feng shui, the Chinese art or practice in which a structure or site is chosen or configured so as to harmonize with the spiritual forces that inhabit it, and their application in architecture through planning principles, services, building elements and materials.

Contents:

Introduction: global perspective , Expert rules , and pseudoscientific conventions Planning , assessment , Human factors , Crime and its relation to the environment Structures , An overview of the theory of time and space , Form and shape theory intime and space theory , Services , Overlooked and overblown issues of drainage, water supply and storage, ventilation, electrical supply and installation, lighting, and sound , elements , Resources.















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