What has my Vision, RON SANG, New Zealand’s icon of Art and Architecture and his letter to ME have to do with Feng Shui?

Recently, I completed crafting my Vision:

“To channel my lifetime’s mastery of Feng Shui to inspire visionaries and influential leaders to embrace its principles in shaping our built environment for the greater good of society – ushering in peace, harmony and prosperity.”

Among the visionaries and influential leaders who wield direct influence in shaping our built environment are of course architects.  This brings my mind to one such visionary, Ron Sang, the iconic New Zealand architect who sadly left us prematurely.

Have you ever encountered those fleeting moments in life when a brief encounter with someone leaves an indelible and soulful mark in your heart? 💖. For me, Ron Sang was one such delightful being. 

We met at my 2019 Chinese New Year Feng Shui presentation.  Ron and I had a lovely chat afterwards and we invited him onboard Arielle as he was naturally curious about our shipboard accommodation space. 

Ron appreciated Feng Shui, he regularly integrated the importance of a house’s main door in his designs.  From our conversations, as he got to know of the depth and breadth in this wisdom practice and the profound and transformative benefits of incorporating Feng Shui principles into architectural projects, it became apparent to me that he would have embraced Feng Shui and become a significant champion for my vision. In fond memory of Ron, I wish to pay honour by mentioning him here.

Ron Sang was known for his exceptional talent in both commercial and domestic architecture. Ron’s designs embody a perfect fusion of aesthetics and functionality. His passion for art extends beyond architecture, manifesting in a profound commitment to collecting and promoting New Zealand artworks. 🎨

With a distinguished career spanning over five decades, Ron has crafted more than 300 houses, each a testament to his mastery in the field. His love for art is not confined to galleries; rather, it permeates his living spaces, creating a harmonious blend of life and art. 🏠.  Notably, the house he designed for photographer Brian Brake in Titirangi holds a Category 1 rating from Heritage New Zealand and earned the New Zealand Institute of Architect’s inaugural Enduring Architectural Award in 2001. 🏆

Ron Sang, was honoured with Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the 2000 Queen’s Birthday Honours for his services to architecture and the arts.  He was the quintessential connoisseur and avid support of art and design, leaving an indelible mark on New Zealand’s art and architectural landscape. 🏛️ A true luminary, Ron’s legacy is one of artistic brilliance and unwavering dedication to New Zealand’s cultural and architectural heritage. ✨

His letter to me, transcribed to the image below is my cherished recollection of our brief encounter, a man of humility with a discerning appreciation for beauty and a delightful joie de vivre personality. 🌟

#MasterBoon 🌈💜

#FengShui #fengshuiwithmasterboon #fengshuimaster #traditionalfengshui #fengshuiandarchitecture #RonSang

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