Analysis of the Application of Traditional “Feng Shui” Theory in Modern Home Space
Feng Shui theory is a traditional Chinese cultural specialized cultural phenomenon. It manifests in all aspects in society and is closely related to people’s lives. This paper conducts research on Feng Shui theory in home space. By researching the origin of Feng Shui theory and Feng Shui theory’s performance in home space, the paper focuses on research of the application of traditional Feng Shui theory in modern home space design and then concludes that Feng Shui theory is useful to modern home space design.
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