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Cecil Lee

INZ Residence EC @ Choa Chu Kang / Tengah by Qingjian Realty

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Cecil Lee    131

Topic: INZ Residence EC @ Choa Chu Kang / Tengah is another new project to be launched early this year.

1. This 99 year leasehold development consisting of 490 units will have nine blocks of up to 15 to 16 storeys high.

2. The most distinctive feature of this development are the generous Reinforced Concrete or RC ledges:-

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3. The RC ledges not only gives this development a distinct external outline but follows the 1950's art-deco era of form and function.

4. The function is that it allows each individual unit to have as many windows or openings partially or even fully opened without unduly concerned with the elements such as wind and rain.

5. Allow each home to be airy. That is of course if one does not turn on the air-con 24/7 all the time! 

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Cecil Lee    131

INZ Residence EC @ Choa Chu Kang and Flying Star Feng Shui

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N3 facing = Stacks 3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, 15, 16, 21, 22, 19, 20, 21, 22, 27, 28. 31, 32, 33, 34. These Stacks/Units has the double auspicious #8's wasted at the "back" of the unit. Thus not as favourable.

S3 facing = Stacks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 13, 14, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25, 26, 29, 30, 35 & 36. S3. Stacks are the best stacks for a East group person. As both frontage enjoys the double auspicious #8 wealth stars. And furthermore their facing directions has water. Bring great wealth.

1. Attached, please find a sample illustration of a Flying Star Period 8, S3 chart.

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2. In the attachment: it is advantages for the [8] & [8] which symbolises : Prosperity, good wealth at the frontage of the home. Vs a N3 facing where this good stars are wasted at the "rear" which is usually the kitchen/yard area.

3. The only concern for a S3 facing chart is that so often, the kitchen may be located at NW sector. Which in Feng Shui is called: "Fire at Heaven's Gate". And this can affect the male breadwinner's career luck.

4. Thus for a South facing (S3) best to select a unit where the kitchen is either at North or North-east sector is preferred.

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Cecil Lee    131

Type D3
4 - Bedroom Premium
Stacks 15 and 22

Poor shapes and forms when the stove is sharing the same wall as WC piping

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Nowadays, one of the most over-looked is the location of the centralised rubbish bin.

Thus before signing on the dotted line; insist on finding out where exactly is the central rubbish chute.

Avoid having it next to the main entrance or facing the unit:-

 

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Cecil Lee    131

Inz Residence EC and 3-Bedroom Superior and Shapes and Forms Feng Shui

1. Two Air-con ledges 

1.1 Under Shapes and Forms Feng Shui, it is ideally to avoid purchasing a home with so many air-con ledges.

1.2 A 3-Bedroom Superior layout plan where there is an air-con ledge at the frontage of the unit. The frontage is suppose to be the highest asset of a unit:-

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1.3. No issue with an air-con ledge at the rear of the unit. This is was what is suppose to be. And not two air-con ledges: front and back.

1.4 Even with units that has 4 or 5 bedrooms; often their planners still manage to place the air-con compressors at a single ledge.

2. Multiple RC Ledges (sample illustration from another development in Katong):-
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2.1 There is a double edged sword with regards to having RC ledges.

Below: iNZ Residence EC with a distinctive frontage full of multiple RC ledges:-

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2.2 In my opinion, the pluses outweigh the negatives.

2.2.1 This is because with such ledges, more often will encourage a family to leave the windows open (perhaps not fully) but partial. Making the entire home airy all year round.

2.2.2 Of course, Reinforced concrete or simply called RC ledges is not counted as part of the floor area. And often added by the planners for exterior asthetic purposes.

2.3 Bird Magnet?:

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The only dread is that if the RC ledges are not slanted at an angle like much of the RC ledges found in new and old HDB flats; it simply means birds can perch on them and often leave bird-shit droppings. And can or may be a source of bird-flu or other air-borne viruses.

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Cecil Lee    131

Topic: "Bottom-up or Top-down" and 5-Bedroom maisonettes

1. Maisonettes were very popular in the mid-1970s. And pioneered by HDB. Where these flats still exists. HDB called these flats HDB maisonette flats.

1.1. Illustration shows a typical HDB maisonette flat. And this model is a "Bottom-up" model.

1.2. Bottom-up simply means: The main entrance is at level 1. And all the sleeping quarters are at 2nd storey (2nd level):-

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2. The former enbloc-ed HUDC Amberville now Silversea also had HUDC maisonette flats.

3. In fact, all the past generation of HDB & HUDC maisonettes are virtually "BOTTOM-UP" models.

4. What do you mean by "Bottom-up?".

5. This means that when we open the main entrance door, this is LEVEL 1 or 1st storey. And all the bedrooms / study / family area are located 1 floor up or LEVEL 2.

5.1. Bottom-left: shows Level 2 with the main bedroom, bedroom 2 and 3 at this level:-

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5.1. Here, it is good to super-impose the Level 1 with Level 2 layout plan:

5.1.1. And make sure that the stove is not directly above a bed and/or
5.1.2. A stove / dining table / an altar (if any) is not below a toilet etc...

6. "TOP-down" This 5-Bedroom maisonette is less common. Here, to enter the bedroom areas; one needs to walk-down. Thus "from TOP to bottom.. this is where I called this Top-down".

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6.1. Where all the bedrooms are at lower level or Level 1. Where the living room / kitchen / dining are at Level 2.

6.2. Here, there is no such thing as sleeping with the stove directly above the bed.

6.3. Fortunately, the toilets at Level 1 is also not directly above any of the bedrooms. This is both a concern (if any) be it a Bottom-down or Top-up layout model.

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