Architects and landscape designers are sometimes called upon to take Feng shui
principles into account, particularly in regions and cities where there
are large Chinese populations.
This has increased in recent years, and can be seen as part of the wider
trend towards 'humanising' what is seen as the 'inhuman' spaces of
Modernism. Feng shui vernacular includes: fountains, the use of curves
rather than hard straight lines, alignment of entrances with the best views,
and natural materials.
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