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Rivervale Crest Condo (Sick Building Syndrome)

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Hi,
Understand that you mentioned that Rivervale Crest condo has very unfavourable feng shui, especially those units that face the swimming pool directly.
1) What are the other "ill effects" on the residents besides falling sick easily?
2) Interested to buy a unit facing the pool. Is there any way to avert the
unfavourable feng shui ?
3) Is there any unit in Rivervale Crest that has
favourable feng shui? If yes, please advise where are the "good" units located? What block or facing which direction?
Thank you very much.

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In my opinion, generally higher floors (above 4th) .....

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On 7/23/2013 9:22:18 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Hi,Understand that you
mentioned that Rivervale Crest
condo has very unfavourable
feng shui, especially those
units that face the swimming
pool directly. 1) What are the
other "ill effects" on the
residents besides falling sick
easily? 2) Interested to buy a
unit facing the pool. Is there
any way to avert the
unfavourable feng shui ? 3) Is
there any unit in Rivervale
Crest that has favourable feng
shui? If yes, please advise
where are the "good" units
located? What block or facing
which direction?Thank you very
much.


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Please see attachment.

1. In general, the two major pools in Bellewaters EC is aligned in a East-West (West-East) direction.

2. For example: Pool A is between two "valleys" of rows: On one side starting from stack 14 and ends at stack 25.

2.1 While on the other side of the "valley" starting from stack 9 towards stack 4.

3. Just imagine the sun rises in the East and sets in the West. And since there are no blocks or stacks shielding the pool e.g. Pool A on either side;

3.1. This means that in a sunny day, the pool be it Pool A and/or B is constantly bathed by direct afternoon sun rays.

3.2. And depending on wind conditions or low wind conditions; quite a lot of moisture (dirty water evaporates from the pool) rises.

3.3. And if most units facing this pool particularly stacks 13, 17 and 18 don't open their windows facing pool side;

3.4 And if one frequently opens the windows on sunny days; such moistures may concentrate and flow into the unit especially the lower floor units.

3.5 If one has a young child, he/she may not be used to breathing in excessive evaporated water from the pool. And thus, some child or even adults may have respiratory issues.

4. Fortunately, it does help; here when the space between the two opposite blocks/stacks are quite a distance apart as compared to some other developments which is small and "compact" and further complicated by a "U" design with the "U" opening facing West.

4.1 Here, evaporated pool water may be even more concentrated when compared to the previous review of Rivervale Crest condo.

5. In conclusion, for those living on low floors and pool facing; do take the above into consideration i.e. if majority of your neighbours do not open their windows; and if you do; fingers crossed.


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On 7/23/2013 4:17:08 PM, Anonymous wrote: >Hi,Understand>that you >mentioned that Rivervale>Crest >condo has very unfavourable>>feng shui, especially those>>units that face the swimming>>pool directly. 1) What are the>>other "ill effects" on the>>residents besides falling sick>>easily? 2) Interested to buy a>>unit facing the pool. Is there>>any way to avert the>>unfavourable feng shui ? 3) Is>>there any unit in Rivervale>>Crest that has favourable feng>>shui? If yes, please advise>>where are the "good" units>>located? What block or facing>>which direction?Thank you very>>much.


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1. Please see attachment of Esparina.

2. The main pool in Esparina is aligned in a SE to NW and vice versa.

3.Block D partially blocks the morning sun rays towards the main pool.

4. While Block G also partially blocks the afternoon sun rays.

5. Thus even if this small development has a "valley" like structure enclosing the pool and yet open on both ends; it is fortunate to have sun rays blocked the majority of the time.

6. Perhaps, the only time most of the main pool has full sun rays is perhaps between 11.30am to 12.30pm.

6.1 Futhermore, there is a further opening as shown in the GREEN arrow and there is an additional opening between block D and Blocks H & I.

7. In addition, the NW and SEpool is very short and therecan be an unlikely built-up (concentration) of evaporated moisture from the main pool.


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On 3/24/2015 5:06:36 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Please see attachment.1. In general, the
two major pools in Bellewaters EC is
aligned in a East-West (West-East)
direction.2. For example: Pool A is
between two "valleys" of rows: On one
side starting from stack 14 and ends at
stack 25. 2.1 While on the other side of
the "valley" starting from stack 9
towards stack 4.3. Just imagine the sun
rises in the East and sets in the West.
And since there are no blocks or stacks
shielding the pool e.g. Pool A on either
side; 3.1. This means that in a sunny
day, the pool be it Pool A and/or B is
constantly bathed by direct afternoon
sun rays.3.2. And depending on wind
conditions or low wind conditions; quite
a lot of moisture (dirty water
evaporates from the pool) rises. 3.3.
And if most units facing this pool
particularly stacks 13, 17 and 18 don't
open their windows facing pool side; 3.4
And if one frequently opens the windows
on sunny days; such moistures may
concentrate and flow into the unit
especially the lower floor units.3.5 If
one has a young child, he/she may not be
used to breathing in excessive
evaporated water from the pool. And
thus, some child or even adults may have
respiratory issues.4. Fortunately, it
does help; here when the space between
the two opposite blocks/stacks are quite
a distance apart as compared to some
other developments which is small and
"compact" and further complicated by a
"U" design with the "U" opening facing
West. 4.1 Here, evaporated pool water
may be even more concentrated when
compared to the previous review of
Rivervale Crest condo.5. In conclusion,
for those living on low floors and pool
facing; do take the above into
consideration i.e. if majority of your
neighbours do not open their windows;
and if you do; fingers crossed.On
7/23/2013 4:17:08 PM, Cecil Lee
wrote:
In my opinion, generally higher
floors
(above 4th) .....On 7/23/2013
9:22:18
AM, Anonymous wrote:
Hi,Understand
that you
mentioned that
Rivervale
Crest
condo has very
unfavourable
feng shui, especially
those
units that face the
swimming
pool directly. 1) What are
the
other "ill effects" on
the
residents besides falling
sick
easily? 2) Interested to buy
a
unit facing the pool. Is there
any
way to avert the
unfavourable feng shui
? 3) Is
there any unit in
Rivervale
Crest that has favourable
feng
shui? If yes, please advise
where
are the "good" units
located? What
block or facing
which direction?Thank
you very
much.


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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1. Let's look at Sea Esta Condo in Pasir Ris.

2. The main pool is aligned on an NE to SW alignment.

3. And there is a distinctive "U" shaped layout with Block 30 forming the trout or the bottom /base of the "U-shape layout of the site.

4. There can be a remote possibility of concentrations of evaporated "dirty" pool water especially on a sunny hot day perhaps around 1pm to 2.30pm : if conditions are "right" and some wind blowing from NE to SW.

4.1. There there could be a concentration of evaporated pool water flowing to around stacks 26 / 01 and especially 29.

4.2. Thus if one stays at a low floor say in stack 29; and if no one else buta unit opens their windows/balcony doors; then a higher concentration of evaporated pool water may just "enter" into that unit.

4.3.If fortunately, the winds are stronger; thenmajority of the evaporatedpool vapours could easily flow away between stacks01-30 and 26-29.

5. The reverse is true if the entire site is mirrored. Here, just imagine; it is in the afternoon thatconcentration of vapours could perhaps accumulate, here.

6.The purpose of such write-ups is that when we areconsidering purchasing a condo or executive condo unit facing a pool; do visualise (if any) whether the pool is oriented from East to West and whether one side or both sides are "blocked" such that evaporatedpool water can flow away safely.


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On 3/24/2015 5:24:13 PM, Anonymous wrote:
1. Please see attachment of Esparina.2.
The main pool in Esparina is aligned in
a SE to NW and vice versa.3.Block
D partially blocks the morning sun rays
towards the main pool.4. While Block G
also partially blocks the afternoon sun
rays.5. Thus even if this small
development has a "valley" like
structure enclosing the pool and yet
open on both ends; it is fortunate to
have sun rays blocked the majority of
the time.6. Perhaps, the only time most
of the main pool has full sun rays is
perhaps between 11.30am to 12.30pm. 6.1
Futhermore, there is a further opening
as shown in the GREEN arrow and there is
an additional opening between block D
and Blocks H & I.7. In addition, the
NW and SEpool is very short and
therecan be an unlikely built-up
(concentration) of evaporated moisture
from the main pool.On 3/24/2015
5:06:36 PM, Cecil Lee wrote:
Please
see attachment.1. In general, the
two
major pools in Bellewaters EC
is
aligned in a East-West
(West-East)
direction.2. For example:
Pool A is
between two "valleys" of
rows: On one
side starting from stack
14 and ends at
stack 25. 2.1 While on
the other side of
the "valley"
starting from stack 9
towards stack
4.3. Just imagine the sun
rises in
the East and sets in the West.
And
since there are no blocks or
stacks
shielding the pool e.g. Pool A
on either
side; 3.1. This means that
in a sunny
day, the pool be it Pool A
and/or B is
constantly bathed by
direct afternoon
sun rays.3.2. And
depending on wind
conditions or low
wind conditions; quite
a lot of
moisture (dirty water
evaporates from
the pool) rises. 3.3.
And if most
units facing this pool
particularly
stacks 13, 17 and 18 don't
open their
windows facing pool side; 3.4
And if
one frequently opens the windows
on
sunny days; such moistures
may
concentrate and flow into the
unit
especially the lower floor
units.3.5 If
one has a young child,
he/she may not be
used to breathing
in excessive
evaporated water from
the pool. And
thus, some child or
even adults may have
respiratory
issues.4. Fortunately, it
does help;
here when the space between
the two
opposite blocks/stacks are quite
a
distance apart as compared to
some
other developments which is
small and
"compact" and further
complicated by a
"U" design with the
"U" opening facing
West. 4.1 Here,
evaporated pool water
may be even
more concentrated when
compared to
the previous review of
Rivervale
Crest condo.5. In conclusion,
for
those living on low floors and
pool
facing; do take the above
into
consideration i.e. if majority
of your
neighbours do not open their
windows;
and if you do; fingers
crossed.On
7/23/2013 4:17:08 PM,
Cecil Lee
wrote:
In my opinion,
generally higher
floors
(above
4th) .....On 7/23/2013
9:22:18
AM,
Anonymous
wrote:
Hi,Understand
that
you
mentioned
that
Rivervale
Crest
condo has
very
unfavourable
feng shui,
especially
those
units that
face the
swimming
pool
directly. 1) What
are
the
other "ill effects"
on
the
residents besides
falling
sick
easily? 2)
Interested to buy
a
unit
facing the pool. Is
there
any
way to avert
the
unfavourable feng shui
?
3) Is
there any unit
in
Rivervale
Crest that has
favourable
feng
shui? If yes,
please advise
where
are the
"good" units
located?
What
block or facing
which
direction?Thank
you very
much.


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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What happens if we mirror the site plan of Sea Esta?

If so, and if to the left of the plot is an empty plot of land; and on sunny days and with the "right" wind or low wind conditions; the pool vapour concentrations could/may occur around 4 pm to 5 pm


NOTE: Site map was mirrored - for illustration purposes only. And not real.



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1. Please see attachment.

2. As the U-trough of Belysa condo is shallow and there is a large open space at the apex or top of the illustration;

3. And the distance between the lap pool and the blocks/stacks is wide; this type of layout has lesser concern of concentrations of evaporated pool water - very rarely unless wind conditions is "about right".

4. Even if there is a high evaporation rate of pool water; in my opinion I don't see a high enough treat to the stacks/blocks.



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On 3/24/2015 5:56:35 PM, Anonymous wrote:
What happens if we mirror the
site plan of Sea Esta?If so,
and if to the left of the plot
is an empty plot of land; and
on sunny days and with the
"right" wind or low wind
conditions; the pool vapour
concentrations could/may occur
around 4 pm to 5 pmNOTE: Site
map was mirrored - for
illustration purposes only.
And not real.


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In my opinion, Austville condo should have the least concern if any of the "sick building syndrome" or SBS for short.

The six blocks are divided into a row of 3 blocks by 3 blocks. And they are so spaced out.

In addition; both ends are not "covered" by other blocks nor form a U or Square shape to trap evaporated pool water.

Do feel extremely safe about this... i.e. no concern at all of the SBS




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Sea Esta Condo will TOP in a few weeks time.

One of the key selling point is that some stacks not only have pool views but also dual views. The dual view layout could have views (balconies facing both the pool and the sea-view).

Out of the various layouts; two layout plans are of some concern:-

1. Sea Esta Condo Type PH3 (4-bedroom penthouse) with stacks in Block 18 and 20

and

2. Sea Esta Condo Type PH7 (4-bedroom penthouse) with Block 28 #13-23 and #13-27

The concern is shown in the attachments: where the toilet wc shares the same wall as the bed-head.



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On 3/24/2015 7:43:24 PM, Anonymous wrote:
In my opinion, Austville condo
should have the least concern
if any of the "sick building
syndrome" or SBS for short.The
six blocks are divided into a
row of 3 blocks by 3 blocks.
And they are so spaced out. In
addition; both ends are not
"covered" by other blocks nor
form a U or Square shape to
trap evaporated pool water.Do
feel extremely safe about
this... i.e. no concern at all
of the SBS


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Feng Shui of Waterwoods EC @ Punggol Field Walk

In my opinion, this development (unfortunately) is a candidate of the "sick building syndrome".

Why is this so?

1. This is because three main pools are enclosed by all four sites

2. The three pools are aligned in a East-West direction which allows for exposure of the pools to sunlight and evaporation.

The only plus point is that blocks 15 and 21 helps in a way to lessen the sunlight or sun rays towards the pool at certain hours.

Thus causing less direct contact of the sun rays to the pool thus hopefully reducing the evaporation of "dirty" pool chemical waters.

3. Depending on wind conditions and time of day; hopefully low floors such as stacks 2, 8 and 5 etc... do not get the brut of the "evaporated vapours".

4. It also depends on "shared responsibility". Thus if say one is living in stack 5, say #1 or #3 and if you are the only one to open the windows/ balcony doors then, may be prone to the "sick building syndrome".


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On 7/20/2015 12:53:20 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Sea Esta Condo will TOP in a few weeks
time.One of the key selling point is
that some stacks not only have pool
views but also dual views. The dual view
layout could have views (balconies
facing both the pool and the
sea-view).Out of the various layouts;
two layout plans are of some concern:-1.
Sea Esta Condo Type PH3 (4-bedroom
penthouse) with stacks in Block 18 and
20and 2. Sea Esta Condo Type PH7
(4-bedroom penthouse) with Block 28
#13-23 and #13-27The concern is shown in
the attachments: where the toilet wc
shares the same wall as the bed-head.On
3/24/2015 7:43:24 PM, Cecil Lee
wrote:
In my opinion, Austville
condo
should have the least
concern
if any of the "sick
building
syndrome" or SBS for
short.The
six blocks are divided into
a
row of 3 blocks by 3 blocks.
And
they are so spaced out. In
addition;
both ends are not
"covered" by other
blocks nor
form a U or Square shape
to
trap evaporated pool
water.Do
feel extremely safe
about
this... i.e. no concern at
all
of the SBS


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What happens if Block 15 isreplaced by a flat area such as a pool?

It could be worse if we imagine that the area occupied by Block 15 is a flat piece of land and the blocks are aligned in a U shape with the opening exactly at West facing

If so, the three pools will get maximum exposure all day long and thus greater rate of evaporation of pool water.

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On 7/28/2015 9:30:54 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Feng Shui of Waterwoods EC @ Punggol
Field WalkIn my opinion, this
development (unfortunately) is a
candidate of the "sick building
syndrome".Why is this so?1. This is
because three main pools are enclosed by
all four sites2. The three pools are
aligned in a East-West direction which
allows for exposure of the pools to
sunlight and evaporation.The only plus
point is that blocks 15 and 21 helps in
a way to lessen the sunlight or sun rays
towards the pool at certain hours. Thus
causing less direct contact of the sun
rays to the pool thus hopefully reducing
the evaporation of "dirty" pool chemical
waters.3. Depending on wind conditions
and time of day; hopefully low floors
such as stacks 2, 8 and 5 etc... do not
get the brut of the "evaporated
vapours". 4. It also depends on "shared
responsibility". Thus if say one is
living in stack 5, say #1 or #3 and if
you are the only one to open the
windows/ balcony doors then, may be
prone to the "sick building syndrome".
On 7/20/2015 12:53:20 AM, Cecil Lee
wrote:
Sea Esta Condo will TOP in a
few weeks
time.One of the key selling
point is
that some stacks not only
have pool
views but also dual views.
The dual view
layout could have views
(balconies
facing both the pool and
the
sea-view).Out of the various
layouts;
two layout plans are of some
concern:-1.
Sea Esta Condo Type
PH3 (4-bedroom
penthouse) with
stacks in Block 18 and
20and 2. Sea
Esta Condo Type PH7
(4-bedroom
penthouse) with Block 28
#13-23 and
#13-27The concern is shown in
the
attachments: where the toilet
wc
shares the same wall as the
bed-head.On
3/24/2015 7:43:24 PM,
Cecil Lee
wrote:
In my opinion,
Austville
condo
should have the
least
concern
if any of the
"sick
building
syndrome" or SBS
for
short.The
six blocks are
divided into
a
row of 3 blocks by
3 blocks.
And
they are so spaced
out. In
addition;
both ends are
not
"covered" by other
blocks
nor
form a U or Square
shape
to
trap evaporated
pool
water.Do
feel extremely
safe
about
this... i.e. no concern
at
all
of the SBS


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