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Cecil Lee

Queens Peak @ Dundee Road by MCC Land

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Case Study 1: Location, location + the MRT trains & tracks

Queens Peak @ Dundee Road by MCC Land launching this month = October 2016.

A development beside the first generation MRT stations is a double-edged sword.

Especially if one's unit is within the wider range of the MRT tracks.. with the daily rumblings or noise associated with trains running all day long e.g. 6am to 12 pm on normal days.

Fortunately, it would be a blessing for those who purchase high floors. And also depends on whether LTA is kind enough to install those ugly looking aluminium panels that help to lower SOME (not all) noise levels from the screeching of train steel wheels to steel tracks....

But fortunately, anything next to an MRT station is going to be hot.. hot.. hot...

At the moment the site plan is not available as yet.. Will most likely review it later on.. if I have the time to do so...

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Case Study 2: 2 Blocks on Stilts

1. Old school traditionalist even non-Feng Shui enthusiasts would squeal at the sight of homes / blocks / flats built on "stilts"....

untitled1.png2. Perhaps an innate fear of such buildings topping down. But do take a closer look at this development. Although the two block's frontage are on stilts; one can see a strong centre core. Thus, would assume that contrary to the perceived "weak structure" the two blocks should be strong..

3. Furthermore, these two are "Siamese twins" and con-joint at the belly...

4. Anyway... as usual...nothing new in Singapore... this is a mixed development... as this two blocks sits on top of a very rectangular structure...   

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Case Study 3: Flying Star Feng Shui of Queens Peak

1. Depending on the individual stacks/units; this developement generally have units that are either NE or SW facing.

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Case Study 4: Under Shapes and Forms Feng Shui, it is considered inauspicious for the kitchen stove to share the same wall as the WC piping.

In this illustration 2 Bedroom Type B2.

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On 30/03/2017 at 1:17 PM, Cecil Lee said:

Depending on the individual stacks/units; this developement generally have units that are either NE or SW facing.

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Dear Master, for a West person which facing is better. we are looking at 13, 8 or 14. Appreciate your advice. Is C8 Stack 13 bed position good for west person too?

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Hope you understand, this (specific) is beyond this general advice forum.

I am more than happy if you post similar questions such as these:

But not specific questions about " 13, 8 or 14. etc..." Frankly, no else nor many would be interested in ..... Furthermore, someone has to make an effort to prepare, analyse + review and comment...

 


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18.10.2019. On schedule for next year’s T.O.P. 

Photo taken from Just T.O.P. HDB Block 78 Dawson Vista
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Case Study 8: (Note: This has nothing to do with Feng Shui). Based more on common sense and the shower area

1. If the shower door swings inwards, quite a tight fit to close the shower door afterwards. Or be careful of not swiping or getting one's toe nails or feet scape the glass door...

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2. It is more practical to have the shower door open outwards. But take care not to clash with say the Bath 2's toilet door especially if it is left unlocked... and when both parties open the two doors wide at the same time...LOl


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Case Study 9: Shapes and Forms Feng Shui and Concave Surfaces

1. Each of the red arrows point to the deepest point of the concave surface.

2. Fortunately, it is just a short surface as shown by each of the red curves.

3. Generally, on normal days, such surfaces will often not affect health of the occupants. (Fingers crossed).

 

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4. Compare the above to the lengthy concave surface as found, here:-

https://www.geomancy.net/forums/topic/15970-duo-towers-office-and-residences-concave-buildings-has-a-strong-sha-qi-imbalance-that-can-affect-health-for-the-occupiers/


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