Feng shui master and architect C.C. Lee illuminates the intersection of feng shui practices and green design principles in this interactive workshop.
In this hands-on workshop, feng shui master and architect Chao-Chiung (C.C.) Lee explores the intersection of traditional feng shui practices with modern green design principles, which he calls the Green TEA Approach (Total Environmental Alignment). Feng shui is an ancient Chinese philosophy for harmonizing people’s relationships with nature through the design of their living spaces. This course reviews the core components of both feng shui and modern green design, highlighting their natural connections. Through a series of interactive exercises, learn design strategies to enhance perceived harmony and balance, increase energy efficiency and promote a sense of well-being. Anyone interested in creating more thoughtfully designed spaces is welcome, including homeowners and renters, architects, designers, realtors, healthcare professionals and more. No prior design experience required.
Chao-Chiung (C.C.) Lee, AIA, LEED AP, is president and CEO of STOA Architects and a feng shui consultant with more than 30 years of experience in design and administration. He served on the board of the American Institutes of Architects, Houston Chapter, was vice chair of the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners and founded the Feng Shui Institute of Houston. Mr. Lee holds a master’s degree in architecture from Washington University in St. Louis and is a graduate of the Advanced Management Development Program in Real Estate at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.