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These are some considerations:
1. If you can DIY a Flying Star; interpret it and use it to plan even an open office the better.
2. Based on both Shapes and Forms and Flying Star Feng Shui; it would be ideal if the main actor
; that of a boss or key personel's best location can be identified. (Include good sectors for key personnels such as Sales or Marketing / Accounting etc...
3. If you have no means of working on Para 1 and 2; then make sure that the key person's seating area is not near or next to a toilet (if applicable).
4. And another common sense is that most people don't like to seat with their backs facing an entrance or a door.

On 9/21/2012 2:27:18 PM, Anonymous wrote:
My company is moving next door
and want to create an open
work space (no cubicle walls).
What are some tips for feng
shui in this environment when
we won't have cube walls or
much privacy?

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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