October 9, 2017



The Feng Shui is a philosophy of living born 5000 years ago from Taoism to allow the Chinese emperors to combine the needs of the body with the needs of the soul.

The Feng Shui (literally meaning “Wind and Water“), teaches to enter into a relationship with the deep breath of nature to tune your soul with the soul of the world.

The spiritual side of Feng Shui, in fact, attaches great importance to form, harmony and symbology. Further, the psychology of living supports that the tidy and well-ordered house fosters psychophysical health, increases self-esteem and encourages the relations between the people who live there.

The Feng Shui, in fact, identifies which element of nature influences our existence and shows us the tools to free, strengthen, and solicit our Ch’ì.


According to the Feng Shui:

Two energies travel the earth far and wide: YIN & YANG.

The elements of nature are Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, Water.

The directions and reference colors are: Wood | East, Fire | South, Earth | Centre | South-West | North-East, Metal | West | Nord-West, Water | North.

The Feng Shui is usually practiced today from New York to Singapore, from Sydney to London.

Feng Shui

The service Feng Shui Design Planning is available by carefully filling the form below and sending the request, free of charge and without purchase obligation. In the design development process, the expert and the applicant will interact several times as the Feng Shui suggests that the structure of the environment should be designed in a highly customized manner by the applicant, so that it can produce its effects.

Average Timing: 1/2 weeks

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