Feng Shui Design

Feng Shui Design


About Feng Shui

The humans relationship with the environment and our respect for nature are the very essence of Feng Shui.
Feng Shui, literally meaning “wind and water,” is an ancient Chinese concept linking the destiny of man to his environment. It has now become a very popular and practical design element in the western world.

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Abcoude, Relax Centrum, Shop

Relax Zentrum

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Amsterdam, Buildings, Office

Office space in Amsterdam, Tower of the World Trade Centre

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About me

Darina Veen-Kaššová
Darina Veen-Kaššová

Graduated in Building Physics at the Technical University I knew already a long time ago how big the impact is of buildings and houses on people’s health.

Building Physics is the science in architecture and in the world of building constructions. It examines the effects of light, heat, moisture, air and sound on the indoor climate of buildings.

The optimal indoor climate is very important for the well-being of people. In order to achieve that we use theories to calculate the correct temperature, humidity, good acoustics and proper lighting technology.

Feng Shui goes further in that sense as it describes the principle that everything around us is energy. Not so much in the sense of electricity, but that universal force, that invisible flow of energy that circulates through the earth, bringing life force with it. This subtle matter flows in us, around us and in our homes. Its nature and origin is being studied and researched in numerous Institutes of Physics.

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