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hotel, built on its own island in the shape of a sail from a luxury yacht.
An interesting example of wind and water! In Feng Shui terms this is a wood type building, which means that it will
get a lot of support from its environment.
The unique shape is due to solar heating which allow it to use use just 25 per cent of the energy used by conventional buildings. From a strictly Form School perspective, the flowing design is ideally placed in a river type setting.
it is not the greatest design for the Lord Mayor of London. The building
looks like a pile of coins that are about to topple over! What effect
will this have on the banking district directly across the River Thames?
British Airways HQ UK
BA's new HQ was developed to create a village type community to improve staff morale and efficiency. It has a unique street atmosphere with shops, banking facilities, a library, a fitness club, cafes, restaurants, and quiet work and meeting spaces. The development is surrounded by a 280-acre park with three small rivers running through the site.
comment, the floorplan of the building appears to be half an airplane,
is this why they have down sized since moving there?
Due to its angular forms this is also a fire building. Although from
the picture it looks more like an earth type building.
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Winner of the
"Best New Skyscraper of the Year" for design and functionality 2002. Based on historic geomantic principles. This is a metal type building, in a fire and earth type zone. It will
be well used by all.
Begun 1957 by Architect John Utzon and completed August 1973 under the direction of Sir Peter Hall. This is surely an architectural landmark of the 20th century.
Because of its angular designs, in Feng Shui terms this is classified as a fire type building, perfect for housing the arts. However, in its watery environment there may be many disagreement, particularly amongst staff.
Architect John Utzon
Do you know of a building that we should include in the Feng Shui Gallery?
Built on a man made island, this soaring wing like passenger terminal
stretches a mile in two parts and due to settlement the whole thing sits
on hydraulic jacks. Wide atriums reach up over 60 meters (200 feet) to
the curving ceiling, where colourful mobiles float on a gentle breeze.
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