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1. In my opinion, there are also several condominiums that have "similar" (although not exact layout plan) as your attachment.
2. For example, the entire development : "The Bayshore" interior layouts are "triangular" in shape. Another condo at Simei Street 3: Eastpoint green also has a "triangular" shaped layout.
3. It is impractical to correct i.e. hide all the odd shapes.
4. In my opinion; it is not automatically true across the board to generalise that everyone staying in such a layout would suffer dire consequences: It depends!
5. Most importantly each of these units will also have their own facing and sitting direction according to Flying Star Feng Shui. And fortunes would depend on such a factor. Of course besides other consideration e.g. hopefully the kitchen / stove is not at NW etc.. etc...

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On 1/12/2011 3:07:37 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Hi,I am seriously considering
to buy this 4 room HDB flat
but the layout of the unit is
of odd shapes, so wanted to
know if I can renovate and
hide the odd shapes and
thishouse still can be
of good fengshui? Or no point
buying since nothing can be
done to rectify it?Pls kindly
advise.Thanks.cheers,Kevin


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In my opinon, there are even more condos with such a "triangular" type of layout plan (again although not identical) these are truly triangular shaped layout.
Frankly, I have seen more condos than "your type" of Housing Board triangular layout plan. Often, some these units in a Housing Board are at "corners" or at an "L" location and is not replicated through a single block - most of the time.

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On 1/12/2011 6:29:40 PM, Anonymous wrote:
1. In my opinion, there are also several
condominiums that have "similar"
(although not exact layout plan) as your
attachment.2. For example, the entire
development : "The Bayshore" interior
layouts are "triangular" in shape.
Another condo at Simei Street 3:
Eastpoint green also has a "triangular"
shaped layout.3. It is impractical to
correct i.e. hide all the odd shapes.4.
In my opinion; it is not automatically
true across the board to generalise that
everyone staying in such a layout would
suffer dire consequences: It depends!5.
Most importantly each of these units
will also have their own facing and
sitting direction according to Flying
Star Feng Shui. And fortunes would
depend on such a factor. Of course
besides other consideration e.g.
hopefully the kitchen / stove is not at
NW etc.. etc... On 1/12/2011 3:07:37 PM,
Anonymous wrote:
Hi,I am seriously
considering
to buy this 4 room HDB
flat
but the layout of the unit is
of odd shapes, so wanted to
know
if I can renovate and
hide the odd
shapes and
thishouse still can
be
of good fengshui? Or no point
buying since nothing can be
done
to rectify it?Pls kindly
advise.Thanks.cheers,Kevin


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Hi,
Thanks so much for your prompt reply.
Need to check with you, since it's triangular shape, how do I determine the midpoint of the house? Also how to judge the facing, etc, standing from the main door, it's facing East but from the floor plan, the main door is on extreme right so is the main door facing East or NorthEast? If the block is L-shaped, how do I know which direction is the facing of my block?
Looking at the master bedroom, I can'tseem to find a place to put my king size bed, any advise?
Since one of the bedroom has sharp corner, is it advisable to build a custom made wardrobe to hide it?
Thanks again!
cheers,
Kevin

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On 1/12/2011 6:43:27 PM, Anonymous wrote:
In my opinon, there are even more condos
with such a "triangular" type of layout
plan (again although not identical)
these are truly triangular shaped
layout.Frankly, I have seen more condos
than "your type" of Housing Board
triangular layout plan. Often, some
these units in a Housing Board are at
"corners" or at an "L" location and is
not replicated through a single block -
most of the time. On 1/12/2011 6:29:40
PM, Cecil Lee wrote:
1. In my
opinion, there are also several
condominiums that have "similar"
(although not exact layout plan) as
your
attachment.2. For example, the
entire
development : "The Bayshore"
interior
layouts are "triangular" in
shape.
Another condo at Simei Street
3:
Eastpoint green also has a
"triangular"
shaped layout.3. It is
impractical to
correct i.e. hide all
the odd shapes.4.
In my opinion; it
is not automatically
true across the
board to generalise that
everyone
staying in such a layout would
suffer dire consequences: It
depends!5.
Most importantly each of
these units
will also have their own
facing and
sitting direction
according to Flying
Star Feng Shui.
And fortunes would
depend on such a
factor. Of course
besides other
consideration e.g.
hopefully the
kitchen / stove is not at
NW etc..
etc... On 1/12/2011 3:07:37 PM,
Anonymous wrote:
Hi,I am
seriously
considering
to buy
this 4 room HDB
flat
but the
layout of the unit is
of odd
shapes, so wanted to
know
if I
can renovate and
hide the odd
shapes and
thishouse still
can
be
of good fengshui? Or no
point
buying since nothing can
be
done
to rectify it?Pls kindly
advise.Thanks.cheers,Kevin
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These are some considerations:-
1. Attached please find the estimated centrepoint, using the "eye-ball" method.
2. Frankly, it is TIME for you to use your fingers to do the SEARCHING.
3. In fact, there are TONS of resources on the so called facing and sitting direction.
4. Don't dream of finding an answer within one reply : else it would take me lots of duplicated time. Futhermore, I am on a business trip overseas tomorrow. Furthermore, there are many many Indian chiefs with regards to their idea of what constitues the facing direction to them.
4.1 Frankly, it depends! Go read out the TONS of past msgs... erh.. I have to run....
5. You can use the SEARCH feature on the TOP left frame of this forum.
6. Finding the centrepoint:
6.1. In fact, your layout plan as mention is nothing new. In several of the past messages; I have also clearly illustrated the "eye-ball" method and also illustrated that roughly the area o fhte missing corner would as far as possible be equal to the area of protrusion.
6.2. Thus, I am just now estimating using "eye-ball"...
6.3. Another method is the "cut-out" method.. again check it out.

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On 1/12/2011 11:27:21 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Hi,Thanks so much for your prompt
reply.Need to check with you, since it's
triangular shape, how do I determine the
midpoint of the house? Also how to judge
the facing, etc, standing from the main
door, it's facing East but from the
floor plan, the main door is on extreme
right so is the main door facing East or
NorthEast? If the block is L-shaped, how
do I know which direction is the facing
of my block? Looking at the master
bedroom, I can'tseem to find a place to
put my king size bed, any advise?Since
one of the bedroom has sharp corner, is
it advisable to build a custom made
wardrobe to hide it?Thanks
again!cheers,KevinOn 1/12/2011 6:43:27
PM, Cecil Lee wrote:
In my opinon,
there are even more condos
with such
a "triangular" type of layout
plan
(again although not identical)
these
are truly triangular shaped
layout.Frankly, I have seen more
condos
than "your type" of Housing
Board
triangular layout plan. Often,
some
these units in a Housing Board
are at
"corners" or at an "L"
location and is
not replicated
through a single block -
most of the
time. On 1/12/2011 6:29:40
PM, Cecil
Lee wrote:
1. In my
opinion,
there are also several
condominiums that have "similar"
(although not exact layout plan)
as
your
attachment.2. For
example, the
entire
development
: "The Bayshore"
interior
layouts are "triangular" in
shape.
Another condo at Simei
Street
3:
Eastpoint green also
has a
"triangular"
shaped
layout.3. It is
impractical to
correct i.e. hide all
the odd
shapes.4.
In my opinion; it
is
not automatically
true across the
board to generalise that
everyone
staying in such a
layout would
suffer dire
consequences: It
depends!5.
Most
importantly each of
these units
will also have their own
facing
and
sitting direction
according
to Flying
Star Feng Shui.
And
fortunes would
depend on such a
factor. Of course
besides other
consideration e.g.
hopefully the
kitchen / stove is not at
NW
etc..
etc... On 1/12/2011 3:07:37
PM,
Anonymous wrote:
Hi,I am
seriously
considering
to buy
this 4 room HDB
flat
but the
layout of the unit is
of odd
shapes, so wanted to
know
if
I
can renovate and
hide the odd
shapes and
thishouse
still
can
be
of good
fengshui? Or no
point
buying
since nothing can
be
done
to
rectify it?Pls kindly

advise.Thanks.cheers,Kevin


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These are further considerations:
1. Your question was based on floor plan.
2. However, the term: Location, location and location is far more important than any other considerations.
3. For example, see attachmnet. Many of such of the units you had mentioned "belong" to a Housing Board block where often it is not a single rectangular block but something like the attachment.
4. Here, because of the "blend" a block often comprising two blocks merged like the illustration. Here not all flats in such a block are rectangular! Contrast this with the sample condo Tower blocks.
4.1 For example, The Bayshore is called a "point" block. Here, even if all units in a tower are triangular shape : BUT, BUT, BUT, they are similar and belong to ONE single block with similar layouts.
4.2 The key success factor is that such flats are like "Semi-detached" apartments but on high floors. Why? Here, air circulates often from 2 or more sides of the unit. Much like a semi-detached home.
5. Wherelse all those triangle Housing board flats are often sandwiched in the middle of the "merged" block. While the rest of the flats are mostly rectangular; a few are these not so fantastic ones.
6. That is why, majority of the older HDB 5 room point blocks are equal to "semi-detached" in the air.
7. Thus, don't just look at the interior layout and try to patch it up to look "better". You can path the interior with gold so what??


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1. In my opinion, any apartment that is similar to the attachment is a better choice.
2. Here, as I had mentioned; usually there are at least three "openings" e.g. from the bedroom windows; living room windows and either the service balcony and/or windows of the toilet.
3. Each unit of this older generation Housing Development Board (HDB) flat is equivalent to a "semi-detached" home in the sky.
4. Thus, the earlier example of The Bayshore; it is also a Tower Block. And for such Tower Block = Point Block; can easily take on even triangle shape and often; no issue.
5. Compare this to the layout under this posting where the triangle apartment is often "sandwiched" in between other more rectangular shaped plot.

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On 1/13/2011 11:04:10 PM, Anonymous wrote:
These are further
considerations: 1. Your
question was based on floor
plan. 2. However, the term:
Location, location and
location is far more important
than any other considerations.
3. For example, see
attachmnet. Many of such of
the units you had mentioned
"belong" to a Housing Board
block where often it is not a
single rectangular block but
something like the attachment.
4. Here, because of the
"blend" a block often
comprising two blocks merged
like the illustration. Here
not all flats in such a block
are rectangular! Contrast this
with the sample condo Tower
blocks. 4.1 For example, The
Bayshore is called a "point"
block. Here, even if all units
in a tower are triangular
shape : BUT, BUT, BUT, they
are similar and belong to ONE
single block with similar
layouts. 4.2 The key success
factor is that such flats are
like "Semi-detached"
apartments but on high floors.
Why? Here, air circulates
often from 2 or more sides of
the unit. Much like a
semi-detached home. 5.
Wherelse all those triangle
Housing board flats are often
sandwiched in the middle of
the "merged" block. While the
rest of the flats are mostly
rectangular; a few are these
not so fantastic ones. 6. That
is why, majority of the older
HDB 5 room point blocks are
equal to "semi-detached" in
the air. 7. Thus, don't just
look at the interior layout
and try to patch it up to look
"better". You can path the
interior with gold so what??


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Even if the interior layout plan may not seem fantastic e.g. some have triangular interior layout; some have toilets at wrong locations and even kitchen at NW; overall; a unit / apartment / flat in such tower or "point-block" can be forgiven for it's flaws.
As there is always sufficient vibrant (not blocked) qi flow all year round.
For the attached example of The Bayshore condominium; it always will have good breeze due to the sea just down Under and the land mass above. Thus, due to the high and low pressure during the day and night; wind would constantly move from the sea to land and vice versa depending on the time of day. (The Costa Del Sol condo down under is not an impediment).

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On 1/16/2011 6:06:27 AM, Anonymous wrote:
1. In my opinion, any apartment that is
similar to the attachment is a better
choice.2. Here, as I had mentioned;
usually there are at least three
"openings" e.g. from the bedroom
windows; living room windows and either
the service balcony and/or windows of
the toilet.3. Each unit of this older
generation Housing Development Board
(HDB) flat is equivalent to a
"semi-detached" home in the sky.4. Thus,
the earlier example of The Bayshore; it
is also a Tower Block. And for such
Tower Block = Point Block; can easily
take on even triangle shape and often;
no issue.5. Compare this to the layout
under this posting where the triangle
apartment is often "sandwiched" in
between other more rectangular shaped
plot. On 1/13/2011 11:04:10 PM, Cecil
Lee wrote:
These are further
considerations: 1. Your
question
was based on floor
plan. 2. However,
the term:
Location, location and
location is far more important
than any other considerations.
3. For example, see
attachmnet.
Many of such of
the units you had
mentioned
"belong" to a Housing
Board
block where often it is not a
single rectangular block but
something like the attachment.
4. Here, because of the
"blend"
a block often
comprising two blocks
merged
like the illustration. Here
not all flats in such a block
are rectangular! Contrast this
with the sample condo Tower
blocks. 4.1 For example, The
Bayshore is called a "point"
block. Here, even if all units
in a tower are triangular
shape
: BUT, BUT, BUT, they
are similar
and belong to ONE
single block with
similar
layouts. 4.2 The key success
factor is that such flats are
like "Semi-detached"
apartments
but on high floors.
Why? Here, air
circulates
often from 2 or more
sides of
the unit. Much like a
semi-detached home. 5.
Wherelse
all those triangle
Housing board
flats are often
sandwiched in the
middle of
the "merged" block. While
the
rest of the flats are mostly
rectangular; a few are these
not
so fantastic ones. 6. That
is why,
majority of the older
HDB 5 room
point blocks are
equal to
"semi-detached" in
the air. 7. Thus,
don't just
look at the interior
layout
and try to patch it up to
look
"better". You can path the
interior with gold so what??


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