Feng Shui: environments of power : a study of Chinese architecture

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Academy Editions, Aug 31, 1995 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 116 pages
An introduction to the history of Chinese architecture examines the metaphysical theories behind the planning and layout of Chinese temples, landscape gardens, and cities

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Feng Shui: Environments of Power : A Study of Chinese Architecture

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Literally "wind and water," feng shui is a Chinese belief system dedicated to finding harmonious siting plans for buildings by taking into account the metaphysics of energy flow, geography, and a ... Read full review

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Contents
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The Religious History of China
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Characteristics of Traditional Chinese Architecture
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Lip is an architect and a consultant in architecture and feng shui.

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