IN the Chinese language, Feng Shui mean “wind and water”.
The goal of Feng Shui, which is practised widely around the world, is to harmonise and align invisible energy forces that bind the universe, earth, and humanity together known as “qi”.
Water is one of five elements, the others being fire, earth, metal and wood, used to balance and harmonise your home, while wind brings qi into your environment.
Boutique developer Bön Estates Sdn Bhd acknowledges that, for many house buyers, achieving peace of mind and a sense of belonging requires a property that scores well on both the physical and metaphysical scales.
Addressing this desire, the developer recently invited renowned authority on Chinese Metaphysics studies and globally acclaimed author, Datuk Joey Yap, to share his assessments and insights on The Estate, a project by Bön Estates, with customers and prospective buyers.
The Estate, — the company’s flagship project in the Klang Valley — is located in Bangsar South and comprises two 46-storey towers with 328 condominium units.
The project, which sits on 1.49ha, carries a gross development value (GDV) of RM650 million and is expected be completed in the next three to four years.
The units are sized between 2,346 sq ft and 5,258 sq ft, while the prices range from RM1.9 million to RM6 million.
According to Yap, The Estate boasts a fortuitous location that attracts considerable positive qi.
He said house owners could also look forward to multigenerational prosperity and health.
Yap explained that some of the key highlights behind the project’s good Feng Shui were related to its location within a “dragon” landform as well as its positioning and orientation.
“This Dragon is classified as a ‘Mid-level Dragon’ due to its mid-range height and its meandering nature, which denotes positive Feng Shui effects. Future owners of properties within The Estate are likely to receive auspicious effects with health and prosperity,” said Yap in his assessment.
“The Mid-level Dragon of The Estate is associated with the Earth element, which denotes positive outcomes through investment and business,” he said.
Yap said “the left embrace” of the Dragon on the property was a favourable formation for prospects of status and general well-being.
He also pointed out that classical Feng Shui writings suggested that the male descendants of occupants (at The Estate) would be granted “fortune and international trade expertise”.
In addition to a full report on the project’s Feng Shui score and the launch of his book on the metaphysical attributes of The Estate, Yap offered rare special consultations on unit selections and the best choices that suit individuals.
Bön Estates managing director Goh Soo Sing said it was a treat to have such an iconic Feng Shui practitioner and celebrated author speak to customers of The Estate.
“We are extremely proud of the effort we have put into making The Estate an appealing lifestyle proposition. From the high quality materials used and the artistic approach we took in designing spaces, to the fact that we have also made it an energy efficient building, every element has been envisioned to bring emotive value to your home.
“Similarly, we value the importance of Feng Shui and the power of positive qi to many buyers, as this too plays a crucial role in offering the lifestyle balance, comfort and peace of mind that many modern dwellers seek,” said Goh.
Meanwhile, Bön Estates marketing director Angeline Liau said The Estate was striking a positive chord with those who appreciate its focus on meaningful spaces and family-centric values.
“We really believe that ‘home is where the heart is’ and we see that many buyers appreciate and share this outlook,” said Liau.