Feng Shui and Architecture
A Small Firm Forum
Thursday, April 5, 2018
Free AIA Members / $3 Guests
Brown-bag lunch (BYO lunch)
1.5 CES LUs
Hosted by Rebecca Friedberg.
What is Feng Shui and how does it relate to our role as architects? Core concepts and demystification of the Feng Shui Bagua map, five elements theory, placement, enhancing interiors with Feng Shui design and examples of design approaches that have strong and weak Feng Shui will be discussed.
Please join us for a fun and content rich discussion with Michele Duffy, BTB M.F.S. who will share many obvious and nuanced design principles that infuse architecture and real estate across the globe. Within a contextual framework of what Feng Shui is and what it is not; core concepts and demystification of the feng shui Bagua map; & other relevant topics of Land Form Feng Shui and architecture, five elements theory, placement, enhancing interiors with Feng Shui design and examples of design approaches that have strong Feng Shui and those that are counter productive will be discussed.
About the Presenter:
Shui Master Michele Duffy studied under the Buddhist Tibetan Bon lineage of Grandmaster Lin Yun and his students, Dr. Edgar Sung and Stephen Post, Ph.D. In practice for 18 years, Michele brings her expertise in land form Feng Shui, real estate Feng Shui, geomancy, Taoism, mysticism, astrology, & five element theory to her professional practice. Michele’s passion is for sharing her skills and knowledge to facilitate others understanding of the art & science of feng shui, and in shifting their personal environments to open the way for new possibilities. Michele also offers annual empowerment charts which combine traditional Chinese Astrology & the I CHING.
1. Gain and understanding of the Feng Shui Bagua map.
2. Have a working knowledge of Feng Shui for 21st century clients.
3. Gain an understanding of how Feng Shui might inform architectural and interior design.
4. Become familiar with Feng Shui vocabulary terms and core concepts.