Quite often, I hear from people who have made renovations to their homes but are not fully satisfied with them, or from families who have requested Feng Shui counseling but have not received optimal practical living feedback.
My intent, in light of this, is to translate the ancient principles of Feng Shui into an appropriate architectural solution for each client’s personal needs, ensuring a high level of comfort and well-being.
The goal, therefore, is to create a functional and aesthetic environment that is at the same time thought out, designed, and built in relation to the person or household that is going to live there.
It is not only a matter of achieving living comfort, but also of studying an environment that can accompany us on our life journey, going on to improve our existence in many ways:
- relationship with the partner
- relationships with children and family
- success in our activities
- economic prosperity
The space around us is capable of giving us profound well-being, and it is our power to shape it to our advantage.
These principles are applied not only to homes but also to work environments such as offices, studios, stores, and so on.