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Hi Cecil,
I would like to seek your opinion about the exterior of the mi casa condo at choa chu kang. The exterior is a "C" shape as shown http://www.micasa.com.sg/#/site-plan
However, the 2 parallel sides are like staircases as shown http://www.micasa.com.sg/#/home
If one choose a unit on either one of the parallel sides, there is this feeling that one is moving downwards like the staircase. If one choose a unit not on the parallel sides, one tend to see the stair case & also give the feeling that one is moving downwards with the staircase. Is there any negativeimplications on feng shui for such staircase layout?
Regards,
Annie

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1. Great or excellent observation!
2. What comes (not exactly close) is the "old" complex: The Golden Mile Complex facing Nicol Highway.
2.1. Under Symbolism, please see attachment, the sloped terrace of the apartments literally slope towards Nicol Highway and towards the sea.
2.2. Thus under symbolism; many Geomancers felt that it is considered inauspicious as what you may have felt with Mi Casa "step-slope-type of blocks" where blocks gradually gets lower and lower to the right.
3. What is slightly different in the Mi Casa is (please see attachment). It is quite similar to the idea of Golden Mile complex but a distinct difference is that the stacks or units are facing "sidewards'.
3.1. For example, in the attachment, the last stack marked in Purple, if they have windows or openings (in YELLOW) at the side of the stack, and if there is a water position as shown in the illustration;
3.2 then based on SYMBOLISM in Feng Shui; this last stack is the one where most probably,
Geomancers may comment bad about it.
4. It is also about psychology. If you have noticed it; perhaps, others also felt the same thing; and if there are lots of comments on this "sloping stacks" then it has more to do with the "feel" feel not so good with such a stack/unit.
5. Kudos! Good Observations!

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On 1/29/2012 9:13:50 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Hi Cecil,I would like to seek
your opinion about the
exterior of the mi casa condo
at choa chu kang. The exterior
is a "C" shape as shown
http://www.micasa.com.sg/#/sit
e-planHowever, the 2
parallel sides are like
staircases as shown
http://www.micasa.com.sg/#/hom
eIf one choose a unit on
either one of the parallel
sides, there is this feeling
that one is moving downwards
like the staircase. If one
choose a unit not on the
parallel sides, one tend to
see the stair case & also
give the feeling that one is
moving downwards with the
staircase. Is there any
negativeimplications on
feng shui for such staircase
layout?Regards,Annie


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Blocks 1 and 3 are sloping towards each other.
In this attachment, I have added some rough sketches of Blocks 1 and 3; with stacks highest furthest away between blocks 1 and 3. As the stacks get closer, they get lower and lower....
The next time, if one passed by East Coast Park Highway or ECP; take a glimpse of Mandarin Gardens; these two blocks are nearest to the sea/ and the Highway...
Again, the stacks are similar to Under construction Mi Casa; but different with Nicol Highway. Here, all the stacks are facing into the development e.g. pool, garden etc...
Same concept as Mi Casa but many donkey years ago development.
You can also see it from this website:
http://www.singaporeexpats.com/singapore-property-pictures/condo/mandarin-gardens.htm
Go check out the LAST 2nd and LAST 3rd photo(s).. Did you see it?

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On 1/29/2012 9:36:45 PM, Anonymous wrote:
1. Great or excellent observation!2.
What comes (not exactly close) is the
"old" complex: The Golden Mile Complex
facing Nicol Highway.2.1. Under
Symbolism, please see attachment, the
sloped terrace of the apartments
literally slope towards Nicol Highway
and towards the sea.2.2. Thus under
symbolism; many Geomancers felt that it
is considered inauspicious as what you
may have felt with Mi Casa
"step-slope-type of blocks" where blocks
gradually gets lower and lower to the
right.3. What is slightly different in
the Mi Casa is (please see attachment).
It is quite similar to the idea of
Golden Mile complex but a distinct
difference is that the stacks or units
are facing "sidewards'.3.1. For example,
in the attachment, the last stack marked
in Purple, if they have windows or
openings (in YELLOW) at the side of the
stack, and if there is a water position
as shown in the illustration; 3.2 then
based on SYMBOLISM in Feng Shui; this
last stack is the one where most
probably,Geomancers may comment bad
about it.4. It is also about psychology.
If you have noticed it; perhaps, others
also felt the same thing; and if there
are lots of comments on this "sloping
stacks" then it has more to do with the
"feel" feel not so good with such a
stack/unit. 5. Kudos! Good
Observations!On 1/29/2012 9:13:50 PM,
annie annie wrote:
Hi Cecil,I would
like to seek
your opinion about the
exterior of the mi casa condo
at
choa chu kang. The exterior
is a "C"
shape as shown
http://www.micasa.com.sg/#/sit
e-planHowever, the 2
parallel sides are like
staircases as shown
http://www.micasa.com.sg/#/hom
eIf one choose a unit on
either
one of the parallel
sides, there is
this feeling
that one is moving
downwards
like the staircase. If one
choose a unit not on the
parallel sides, one tend to
see
the stair case & also
give the
feeling that one is
moving downwards
with the
staircase. Is there any
negativeimplications on
feng shui for such staircase
layout?Regards,Annie


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A more recent example of sloping roof... this is a commercial complex
http://forum.geomancy.net/phpforum/article.php?bid=2&fid=19&mid=3674&new=

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On 1/29/2012 10:03:43 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Blocks 1 and 3 are sloping towards each
other.In this attachment, I have added
some rough sketches of Blocks 1 and 3;
with stacks highest furthest away
between blocks 1 and 3. As the stacks
get closer, they get lower and
lower....The next time, if one passed by
East Coast Park Highway or ECP; take a
glimpse of Mandarin Gardens; these two
blocks are nearest to the sea/ and the
Highway... Again, the stacks are similar
to Under construction Mi Casa; but
different with Nicol Highway. Here, all
the stacks are facing into the
development e.g. pool, garden etc...Same
concept as Mi Casa but many donkey years
ago development.You can also see it from
this
website:http://www.singaporeexpats.com/s
ingapore-property-pictures/condo/mandari
n-gardens.htmGo check out the LAST 2nd
and LAST 3rd photo(s).. Did you see
it?On 1/29/2012 9:36:45 PM, Cecil Lee
wrote:
1. Great or excellent
observation!2.
What comes (not
exactly close) is the
"old" complex:
The Golden Mile Complex
facing Nicol
Highway.2.1. Under
Symbolism, please
see attachment, the
sloped terrace
of the apartments
literally slope
towards Nicol Highway
and towards
the sea.2.2. Thus under
symbolism;
many Geomancers felt that it
is
considered inauspicious as what you
may have felt with Mi Casa
"step-slope-type of blocks" where
blocks
gradually gets lower and
lower to the
right.3. What is
slightly different in
the Mi Casa is
(please see attachment).
It is quite
similar to the idea of
Golden Mile
complex but a distinct
difference is
that the stacks or units
are facing
"sidewards'.3.1. For example,
in the
attachment, the last stack marked
in
Purple, if they have windows or
openings (in YELLOW) at the side of
the
stack, and if there is a water
position
as shown in the
illustration; 3.2 then
based on
SYMBOLISM in Feng Shui; this
last
stack is the one where most
probably,Geomancers may comment bad
about it.4. It is also about
psychology.
If you have noticed it;
perhaps, others
also felt the same
thing; and if there
are lots of
comments on this "sloping
stacks"
then it has more to do with the
"feel" feel not so good with such a
stack/unit. 5. Kudos! Good
Observations!On 1/29/2012 9:13:50
PM,
annie annie wrote:
Hi
Cecil,I would
like to seek
your
opinion about the
exterior of
the mi casa condo
at
choa chu
kang. The exterior
is a "C"
shape as shown
http://www.micasa.com.sg/#/sit
e-planHowever, the 2
parallel sides are like
staircases as shown
http://www.micasa.com.sg/#/hom
eIf one choose a unit on
either
one of the parallel
sides, there is
this feeling
that one is moving
downwards
like the staircase. If one
choose a unit not on the
parallel sides, one tend to
see
the stair case & also
give the
feeling that one is
moving downwards
with the
staircase. Is there any
negativeimplications on
feng shui for such staircase
layout?Regards,Annie


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On 1/29/2012 10:47:02 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Hi Cecil,
Thanks for your views. Yes, I saw the Mandarin Gardens blocks. I am not sure what are the negative implications, but just do not feel good about it.So none of the stacks at Mi Casa is ok to live in?

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This Office Complex along Eu Tong Sen Road has units that slope towards the right side.
Please see attached photos...

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On 2/11/2012 3:58:21 PM, Anonymous wrote:
On 1/29/2012 10:47:02 PM, Cecil Lee
wrote: Hi Cecil,Thanks for your views.
Yes, I saw the Mandarin Gardens blocks.
I am not sure what are the negative
implications, but just do not feel good
about it.So none of the stacks at Mi
Casa is ok to live in?


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Even beside this sloping building, the Furama Hotel and Shopping Complex; see attachment has sloping roofs; here the roofs are made to symbolise the fingers of the hand....

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On 2/22/2012 9:59:34 PM, Anonymous wrote:
This Office Complex along Eu Tong Sen
Road has units that slope towards the
right side.Please see attached
photos...On 2/11/2012 3:58:21 PM, annie
annie wrote:
On 1/29/2012 10:47:02
PM, Cecil Lee
wrote: Hi Cecil,Thanks
for your views.
Yes, I saw the
Mandarin Gardens blocks.
I am not
sure what are the negative
implications, but just do not feel
good
about it.So none of the stacks
at Mi
Casa is ok to live in?


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This cocoon like fencing can be an eye-sore.

Looks so yucky...close-up.. don’t you think so? Aliens?

The planners or architects or designers of this fencing should be lined-up along this fence and executed...

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2 minutes ago, Cecil Lee said:

This cocoon like fencing can be an eye-sore.

Looks so yucky...close-up.. don’t you think so? Aliens?

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Wah, really bad, flat walls better. :)

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La Casa @ Woodlands

Also uses white stucco Mediterranean style exterior walls.

But the bumps on the exterior walls are less (ugly) pronounced. More natural.. less obvious even with age or not frequently white-washed.

 

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By the way: Casa is a Spanish word for home.

In Spanish:

Mi = My

La = The

Thus:

Mi Casa = My Home

La Casa = The Home

Yes! You are correct! By the same developer: Far East Organisation 


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