Working with an Architect

October 2, 2012

One of my old clients, Siimon Reynolds, just sold his 2-bed bachelor pad in Sydney’s Double Bay for AUD1.56M, almost doubled what he paid for 12 years ago. It was quite an experience for me to work as a Feng Shui consultant with Ian Halliday, a famous Australian architect. Looking back, there were some awkward moments, but in the end Ian came through with a brilliant alternative design. We both agreed at the end of the job, it is better for the Feng Shui consultant to be engaged right at the beginning, instead of coming in after the initial design is done.  With the Feng Shui brief I did for the site, I moved the goal post and the architect has to do his job twice, but Ian was fantastic and in the end we both served our client well and that is what really matters. Photos come from the property observer site:$156-million




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