In this article, we are going to show a room addition project that is cleverly done to improve the Feng Shui of the house. Figure 1 is the first-floor layout of a period 8 South East facing house. The left picture is the original house layout and the right picture shows the revised plan to renovate the back porch into a sun room.
The (enclosed) sun room is going to be a nice addition to the house, but how does it affect the Feng Shui?
The house natal flying star chart (first floor) is shown in figure 2. The star 2, 5 and 7 are noted with red color due to its inauspicious nature.
The main entrance has 1-8 star which is great for period 8! Moreover, they’re combination of white stars, which are very auspicious. Please note that the original layout excludes the back-porch area for the flying star analysis.
Using the flying star principles (Wu Chang lineage), the Qi assignment is further narrowed down. Figure 4 shows each room’s star assignment and figure 5 shows the flying star natal chart for the revised plan.
Let us compare the flying star analysis before and after the sun room addition.
As we see in the table above, the room addition improves the Feng Shui. There are going to be less remedies and the occupant will enjoy the good star effects in majority of the rooms on the first floor.
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