Dynamic Feng Shui consultation sessions, lots of questions, bunches of feedback, and a lot of knowledge are common features in our consultations, and they were all done through video conferencing. Three countries, three different time zones, two different languages and none of them were an obstacle to successfully carry out our sessions.
Lanham, MD (Vocus) September 6, 2009
Feng Shui Interior Design master, Jami Lin, is able to use the communication resources of modern technology to counsel people all around the world. Recently, she helped design a home from scratch, in Mexico, as she worked from her studio in Venice, Florida. Using phone calls, video calls, email, and Skype, Jami was able to consult with her client on a regular basis.
"The most remarkable and fascinating thing, I don't speak English and Jami doesn't speak Spanish. We sat with each other via Skype webcam," says Lupita Herrera. "I was in Mexico, Jami was in Florida, and my daughter translated from Spain."
Lupita's family had heard great things about Jami and made a special trip to Miami to get started on the design. Subsequent meetings were all done via modern technology.
Starting from scratch with a very restrictive lot, they worked on the architectural floor plan. The couple has four children, each with their own bedroom. All rooms needed good energy, with each person facing his or her best personal, sleeping directions. Specific lifestyle requirements included a traditional bar for socializing, meditation area, game room for the kids, and a home office.
Using Jami's Feng Shui expertise, they created other architectural details, such as teasing the eye to capture a glimpse into the next area. As both positive and negative energies exist in every home, they worked to manipulate traditional Mexican colors to maximize their benefits. Natural light in the interior came through via terraced balconies that also allowed green areas on the upper levels.
"Dynamic Feng Shui consultation sessions, lots of questions, bunches of feedback, and a lot of knowledge are common features in our consultations, and they were all done through video conferencing. Three countries, three different time zones, two different languages and none of them were an obstacle to successfully carry out our sessions."
Jami Lin's Feng Shui services are unique, as she loves to use modern technology when offering advice. She even provides design, remodeling, and home staging consultations
for folks all over the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia. Its one of my favorite things to do! Its so much fun and people get so much -- even more than if someone, who knows way less, came to their home.
Lupita agrees, At first, I thought long-distance consultations would be a real headache, in fact, almost impossible, but now I realize they were even fun (and home design is often very stressful!). "We got a brilliant architectural floor plan and a new house full of fresh ideas, some of them very elegant, some other very practical and some of them I had not even seen before she suggested them." The house is now under construction, pictures to follow on Feng-Shui-Interior-Design.
Jami Lin (JamiLin.com) is a 30-year veteran of interior design. Her expertise evolved into Feng Shui (http://www.Feng-Shui-Interior-Design.com), international recognition as a master with six best-selling books, an online home-study certification program, and PBS-TV pilot. Color is her trademark and her new, award-winning ColorAlchemy book (ColorAlchemy.com) is heralded as, "advanced thinking for infinite possibilities."
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