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Waterway Terraces @Punggol : Hexagon(s)

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Waterway Terraces @Punggol / Punggol Walk (premium flats) is a unique HDB estate that uses the "six" sided Hexagon profile:
5 of the sides is forms the outline while the "missing" six side opens towards "My waterway @Punggol".
To be exact, this estate has TWO near complete Hexagons with the inner stacks facing the open space/children's playground, adult fitness area.
Such designs were last seen in the past around the 1970's to 1980's.
One advantage is that within just this estate, nearly all the flying star facing directions.
Expect residents to have varying qi flow and thus varying luck to bad luck - depending on where your stack is located
Such a design had been experimented in ancient China. Where an entire clan had housed it's members in such type of courtyard.


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One of the ugliest and Feng Shui UN-friendly development: Waterway Terraces I and II - under construction.
Qi don't get to flow around each block. And some may even mistaken each block for a JTC type of industrial complex.
Overall, it sucks!

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On 4/29/2013 9:10:02 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Waterway Terraces @Punggol /
Punggol Walk (premium flats)
is a unique HDB estate that
uses the "six" sided Hexagon
profile:5 of the sides is
forms the outline while the
"missing" six side opens
towards "My waterway
@Punggol".To be exact, this
estate has TWO near complete
Hexagons with the inner stacks
facing the open
space/children's playground,
adult fitness area.Such
designs were last seen in the
past around the 1970's to
1980's.One advantage is that
within just this estate,
nearly all the flying star
facing directions.Expect
residents to have varying qi
flow and thus varying luck to
bad luck - depending on where
your stack is locatedSuch a
design had been experimented
in ancient China. Where an
entire clan had housed it's
members in such type of
courtyard.


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The "safer" designs are of the "Point-block".
Reference: http://forum.geomancy.net/phpforum/article.php?bid=2&fid=43&mid=13878&new=

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On 6/16/2014 2:13:26 PM, Anonymous wrote:
One of the ugliest and Feng Shui
UN-friendly development: Waterway
Terraces I and II - under
construction.Qi don't get to flow around
each block. And some may even mistaken
each block for a JTC type of industrial
complex.Overall, it sucks!On 4/29/2013
9:10:02 AM, Cecil Lee wrote:
Waterway Terraces @Punggol /
Punggol Walk (premium flats)
is a unique HDB estate that
uses the "six" sided Hexagon
profile:5 of the sides is
forms the outline while the
"missing" six side opens
towards "My waterway
@Punggol".To be exact, this
estate has TWO near complete
Hexagons with the inner stacks
facing the open
space/children's playground,
adult fitness area.Such
designs were last seen in the
past around the 1970's to
1980's.One advantage is that
within just this estate,
nearly all the flying star
facing directions.Expect
residents to have varying qi
flow and thus varying luck to
bad luck - depending on where
your stack is locatedSuch a
design had been experimented
in ancient China. Where an
entire clan had housed it's
members in such type of
courtyard.


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Finally, one of the most unusual designs: HDB Waterway Terraces 1 @ punggol has just TOP.

If I can recall, the last unusual or rather (unique) design was the Pinnale @ Duxton.

This entire complex known as HDB Waterway Terraces seems to have exteriror smoothed curves.

One of most "unusual" experience is when I visited a stack/unit in the morning. It seems the morning sun shines onto neighbouring walls giving that glare when one stands at the windows of just any of the rooms: living, bedrooms 1, 2 and master.

I envisage that in the afternoon, the sun will again shine at another part of the block; thus further reflecting that "white" wall glare into the bedroom.

If one or the entire family needs to wear thicker and thicker glasses ... erh.. blame it on staying, here!


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On 6/16/2014 4:22:25 PM, Anonymous wrote:
The "safer" designs are of the
"Point-block". Reference:
http://forum.geomancy.net/phpforum/artic
le.php?bid=2&fid=43&mid=13878&new=
On 6/16/2014 2:13:26 PM, Cecil Lee
wrote:
One of the ugliest and Feng Shui
UN-friendly development: Waterway
Terraces I and II - under
construction.Qi don't get to flow
around
each block. And some may even
mistaken
each block for a JTC type of
industrial
complex.Overall, it sucks!On
4/29/2013
9:10:02 AM, Cecil Lee wrote:
Waterway Terraces @Punggol /
Punggol Walk (premium flats)
is a unique HDB estate that
uses the "six" sided Hexagon
profile:5 of the sides is
forms the outline while the
"missing" six side opens
towards "My waterway
@Punggol".To be exact, this
estate has TWO near complete
Hexagons with the inner stacks
facing the open
space/children's playground,
adult fitness area.Such
designs were last seen in the
past around the 1970's to
1980's.One advantage is that
within just this estate,
nearly all the flying star
facing directions.Expect
residents to have varying qi
flow and thus varying luck to
bad luck - depending on where
your stack is locatedSuch a
design had been experimented
in ancient China. Where an
entire clan had housed it's
members in such type of
courtyard.


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