Interior Design with Feng Shui

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Rider, 1987 - Architectural design - 178 pages
3 Reviews
A centuries-old Chinese practice, feng shui has captured the Western imagination as a tool for design and well-being. In this classic book, complete with helpful drawings and photographs, Sarah Rossbach shows how anyone can apply its principles to enhance their careers, family life, health, and prosperity. Rossbach interprets the teachings of feng shui master Lin Yun for contemporary Westerners, offering practical methods for achieving harmony with one's environment. Focusing on common problems in business and residential settings, she discusses everything from the site of a building to furniture arrangement to wall decoration. In a chapter new to this edition, she explains how to choose colors that satisfy individual needs and preferences. Rossbach's easy-to-execute advice includes such simple steps as moving a microwave oven, repositioning a desk, and hanging mirrors to alleviate negative influences.

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User Review  - annkucera - LibraryThing

Interior Design with Feng Shui is one of the first books that I read when I decided to learn more about feng shui. It is also a feng shui classic - drawn from interviews and lectures of Master Lin Yun. I turn to this book often as a reference. Lots of good drawings explain the basic concepts. Read full review

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User Review  - Anne Woodman - Goodreads

Interesting, but not the most practical. Nice base for knowledge of Feng Shui Read full review



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