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Cecil Lee

Remember: You stay there, We Don't!

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1. Whenever I apply Feng Shui, other than to see if it is related to common sense or not?
2. Another critical guideline I often use is simply:"REMEMBER: You stay there, WE (outsiders) don't!"

3. In the past and even to-date, I have encountered new clients telling me that they had engaged someone before. And some of the weird recommendations include: "stop using e.g. the master toilet" or some other more illogical "no-no's".
4. It is very easy to tell others in a short session e.g. of 1 hour or 2 hours; not to use this not; or to "seal up the toilet".
5. You stay, there; we don't!
6. Didn't the person who made such recommendations; know that if someone else were to tell them they should not do so in their own home?
7. Coming back to this sad article; a death, is a death.
8. And don't tell me that the condo's balcony barrier has been approved at that time!
9. What a "bloody" lousy architect! In Singapore, the architect firm can get away with it.
10. As an architect, common sense says that such gaps in the balcony barriers are a no no!
11. Again, it is pure common sense. You simply design something near permanent and worse still someone else will have to live in "fear" for the rest of their lives in such a home. And it can be FATAL for their loved ones: especially children and even their pets!


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Hillview Green was developed by City Developments Ltd. TOP in 1998. With a total of 400 units.
So what if it is 999-years leasehold. If the balconies may be a "super babies launch pad"...
Whenever, I think of City Developments Ltd today, it is after I discovered; for the first time that when their condo at Pasir Ris : Livia; majority of the interior walls are no longer solid walls but plastered walls
: this includes the entire structure of e.g. their master bedroom toilet.... Nowadays, when I see a property developed by them: I still envisage such "horror"....

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On 4/5/2013 6:56:42 AM, Anonymous wrote:
1. Whenever I apply Feng Shui,
other than to see if it is
related to common sense or
not?2. Another critical
; thiguideline I often use is
simply:"REMEMBER: You stay
there, WE (outsiders)
don't!"3. In the past and even
to-date, I have encountered
new clients telling me that
they had engaged someone
before. And some of the weird
recommendations include: "stop
using e.g. the master toilet"
or some other more illogical
"no-no's". 4. It is very easy
to tell others in a short
session e.g. of 1 hour or 2
hours; not to use this not; or
to "seal up the toilet".5. You
stay, there; we don't!6.
Didn't the person who made
such recommendations; know
that if someone else were to
tell them they should not do
so in their own home? 7.
Coming back to this sad
article; a death, is a death.
8. And don't tell me that the
condo's balcony barrier has
been approved at that time!9.
What a "bloody" lousy
architect! In Singapore, the
architect firm can get away
with it. 10. As an architect,
common sense says that such
gaps in the balcony barriers
are a no no! 11. Again, it is
pure common sense. You simply
design something near
permanent and worse still
someone else will have to live
in "fear" for the rest of
their lives in such a home.
And it can be FATAL for their
loved ones: especially
children and even their pets!


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Further to what I had mentioned, my real shock was when I found out the nearly all the interior walls of the Livia condo that was developed by City Developments and their subsidiary!
I have been brought up in Singapore with the value of solid walls both interior and exterior in our country. If it is in America etc.. it is another thing altogether.
Nowadays, with new developments and each unit that costs at least 900K to 1.6million; personally, I find that it is ridiculous to pay so much for dry or plastered walls.
And as I had mentioned, I cannot imagine living in a home like Livia where my toilet(s) are not made of solid walls. What if: too much moisture, fungus etc... collect within the walls...
I know, some claim that the dry or plastered walls are equally expensive than solid walls. Personally, I would not want to stay in such a home.
Even government HDB flats that are sold brand new does not have such dry or plastered walls. They still use materials with some concrete content in them, at least for now.
Take an example of this attachment.
This developer: Tee Group's sales brochure of one of their recent launch has clearly described what materials are or will be on both their external and interior walls.
While, I have seen brochures from the likes of City Development, Hong Leong and even Far East with vague descriptions. And none of their brochures are as clear as daylight.
The large developers should take a leaf from developers like Tee Group in making their sales brochure better.
By the way, Tee Group projects include: Aura 83, The Peak I and II at Cairnhill, cantiz@ Rambai, The Boutiq (under construction), 91 Marshall, 448@ East Coast....

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On 4/5/2013 7:16:45 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Hillview Green was developed by City
Developments Ltd. TOP in 1998. With a
total of 400 units.So what if it is
999-years leasehold. If the balconies
may be a "super babies launch
pad"...Whenever, I think of City
Developments Ltd today, it is after I
discovered; for the first time that when
their condo at Pasir Ris : Livia;
majority of the interior walls are no
longer solid walls but plastered walls:
this includes the entire structure of
e.g. their master bedroom toilet....
Nowadays, when I see a property
developed by them: I still envisage such
"horror"....On 4/5/2013 6:56:42 AM,
Cecil Lee wrote:
1. Whenever I apply
Feng Shui,
other than to see if it
is
related to common sense or
not?2. Another critical
;
thiguideline I often use is
simply:"REMEMBER: You stay
there, WE (outsiders)
don't!"3.
In the past and even
to-date, I have
encountered
new clients telling me
that
they had engaged someone
before. And some of the weird
recommendations include: "stop
using e.g. the master toilet"
or
some other more illogical
"no-no's".
4. It is very easy
to tell others in
a short
session e.g. of 1 hour or 2
hours; not to use this not; or
to "seal up the toilet".5. You
stay, there; we don't!6.
Didn't
the person who made
such
recommendations; know
that if
someone else were to
tell them they
should not do
so in their own home?
7.
Coming back to this sad
article; a death, is a death.
8.
And don't tell me that the
condo's
balcony barrier has
been approved at
that time!9.
What a "bloody" lousy
architect! In Singapore, the
architect firm can get away
with
it. 10. As an architect,
common
sense says that such
gaps in the
balcony barriers
are a no no! 11.
Again, it is
pure common sense. You
simply
design something near
permanent and worse still
someone else will have to live
in "fear" for the rest of
their
lives in such a home.
And it can be
FATAL for their
loved ones:
especially
children and even their
pets!


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1. Please see attachment.
2. Can you see where the red arrow is pointed?
3. In this illustration, a client asked whether behind the "thick" motif-designs, can she install a mirror behind it.
3.1. Usually, the feature wall is made of "cut-out" wood pieces. And perhaps, her Interior Designer wanted to "add depth" to this panel by installing a mirror behind it.
4. Just imagine, that if a mirror is placed behind this elaborate feature; "How does one, clean the mirror - if is installed?" It is not like you can spray water and clean it.
5. With a thick layer of wood or plastic laminate; it is very difficult to clean the glass behind it. Can't also be possible to use a "million" cotton Q-tips. Takes years and makes no sense.
6. This is another example of "We stay, here, you don't".
6.1. This is where even if one is a service provider : be it a geomancer or Interior Designer or others; always try to think of the consequences (if any) for the benefit of the client.


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“ A degree in Common Sense is FREE!”

Common sense says that we must be wary of questionable advice! 
 

Since in the first place many of such illogical advice may not be free! 
 

You most likely paid or will have to pay for it.


Once in a while, I get to hear new clients asking me: "My previous geomancer says" to lock up the master toilet. And they had not used it for the last 5 years!
The key essence is "YOU stay there!; we (geomancer's) Don't!" applies. We only visit a home for several hours and YOU have to live with our consequences... or DO YOU?
 

 

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On 11/22/2014 11:01:37 PM, Anonymous wrote:
1. Please see attachment.2.
Can you see where the red
arrow is pointed?3. In this
illustration, a client asked
whether behind the "thick"
motif-designs, can she install
a mirror behind it.3.1.
Usually, the feature wall is
made of "cut-out" wood pieces.
And perhaps, her Interior
Designer wanted to "add depth"
to this panel by installing a
mirror behind it.4. Just
imagine, that if a mirror is
placed behind this elaborate
feature; "How does one, clean
the mirror - if is installed?"
It is not like you can spray
water and clean it.5. With a
thick layer of wood or plastic
laminate; it is very difficult
to clean the glass behind it.
Can't also be possible to use
a "million" cotton Q-tips.
Takes years and makes no
sense.6. This is another
example of "We stay, here, you
don't".6.1. This is where even
if one is a service provider :
be it a geomancer or Interior
Designer or others; always try
to think of the consequences
(if any) for the benefit of
the client.

 

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Jon (a parent) asks: “Which degree comes free?”

Jon’s 12 year old daughter replies: “A degree in Common Sense is FREE!”

🥰 See even a child knows! LOL 

 


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