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Feng Shui and Architectural DesignViews: 707
Jan 03, 2007 9:38 pmFeng Shui and Architectural Design#

Ron Sam
A new multi-family TH building in my neighborhood has a water scape type vertical fall. I have seen these used in commercial office buildings. I wonder if this has anything to do with attracting prosperity.

Next door is our building that is now 20 years and much over grown. I am about to make a proposals of revamping the appearance of this 12-unit TH building by cleaning up the gardens and making it have more curb appeal, as the Realtors are putting it.

I am hoping that someone in this forum can point me to resources of town home buildings that have good curb appeal.

So far my idea is to create pergolas, arbors and benches along the entry walkway that lead to the main gate and courtyard.
I'm also looking for a better (modern) color scheme to enhance the design. Currently there is red tile mansard with earth tone wood trim and la habra stucco.

It seem almost futile because the City has planted five trees in their parkway that are overgrown and unkempt. I'd love to have them removed, but that is not permitted. They nearly block the view from the street.

Please help with suggestions...



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