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Recognizing the growing demands for luxurious residential property in the Docklands business district, Wardian London is a residential-focused development proposal for the Isle of Dogs, London from Eco World. The development compromising two new exclusive residential towers of over fifty and fifty-five stories in height is located just south of Canary Wharf. Upon completion, Wardian London is rise as one of London’s tallest residential developments, offering high-end apartments, retail, leisure, café facilities and a landscaped public plaza. This prime development, overlooks the South Dock towards the Canary Wharf, a three-minute walk away.

One of the most prominent Water features in London is the River Thames, whose overall structure embraces the development of Wardian London. Upon a thorough inspection, it is evident that the river is “sentimental” in nature due to how the formation of the water currents. This slow and meandering river curves effortlessly as it brings prosperous Qi into the area of the Wardian London. This water feature signifies the main source of Qi flow and is known as the ‘Trunk Dragon’ (幹龍) in classical Feng Shui.

One can observe by studying the flow of the River Thames that the ‘Trunk Dragon’ branches into a tributary into the vicinity of the Canary Wharf. This tributary is known as the ‘Branch Dragon’ (枝龍) in Classical Feng Shui. While the ‘Trunk Dragon’ denotes the flowing Qi along the river, the ‘Branch Dragon’ refers to the accumulation of Qi in the Canary Wharf, where ‘Water Storages’ (水庫) are present.

Water Storages

水庫

囊聚之水,深如鍋底,圓如鏡面,方如棋盤,及諸源會合,九曲來朝,則盡其肯綮也。

Water Storages are best to have great depth with calm and sentimental water, contained within the square boundaries, and are where all rivers converge.

- Fu Bo Tong 傅伯通 -

The renowned Canary Wharf is a major business district supported by its surrounding geographical features. One focal reason why Canary Wharf is a successful and prosperous locale is because of the ‘Branch Dragon’ formation here that helps facilitates the Qi flow into this area. The is further supported by 6 ‘Water Storages’ (水庫) as indicated on the map.

The calm waters found in the square-shaped ‘Water Storages’ are also a good indication that the Qi contained therein is positive in nature. Given that the river is deep, the tapping into such Qi is likely to manifest great prospects for the occupants of the area. It is because of these unique geographical features and favourable formations that have made Canary Wharf one of the two main financial centres in the United Kingdom.

Three Segments of Water

三折水

Surrounded by positive landforms and beneficial features, Wardian London’s strategic location enables this exclusive property to also benefit from the ‘Three Segments of Water’ (三折水) formation, as indicated in the map above. According to the Water Dragon Classics, written during the Ming Dynasty, the appearance of the ‘Three Segments of Water’ feature bestows triple prosperities to the occupants of the area.

In today’s context, such a favorable prospect means that those who tap into this sector will be fortunate enough to ascend to influential positions in society or in the organizations that they are involved in – their meteoric rise will be evident from their successful business ventures and partnerships to occupying roles such as CEO and COO, CFO, among others.

In the southeast and east directions of the location is a favourable ‘Bright Hall Water’ (明堂水) feature, which is present to accumulate Qi to benefit the property. There are also two ‘Water Storage’ features adjacent to it that not only further strengthens and substantiate this feature but also denotes the abundance of Qi that the Wardian London can afford in the area.

The Imperial Seal

In the north of Wardian London sits the PricewaterhouseCoopers’ cubic-shaped building bordered by water. The shape of this building resembles the Official Seal (印), an Imperial Seal used by high officials used during the Imperial Dynasty of ancient China. The appearance of this auspicious design near the Wardian London denotes great fortune for the occupants of the property to manifest nobility, status, authority and prestige.

Another feature worth highlighting in relation to the ‘Water Storages’ of Wardian London is the inability to view the headwater of the ‘Branch Dragon’. This signifies the continuous inflow of Qi with the unlikelihood of outflows and leakages of energy. In this respect, it is highly likely that the property will be able to tap into such Qi to bring about prosperity and fortune.

Water Mouth Locks

鎖水口

Two bridges along the South Dock further support the Qi reservoirs of Wardian London and this ensure the persistent flow of Qi to the area. These two bridges are the ‘Water Mouth Locks’ (鎖水口) - manufactured structures such as bridges that prevent the leakage of Qi. This formation is likely to sustain the wealth aspects of the occupants in the area. On the map, the two bridges, labelled ‘A’ and ‘B’ are the modern representations of the double ‘Water Mouth Locks’ to the Water Storages, thus facilitating the accumulation of Qi in the area. This is considered a favourable formation for Wardian London.

Joey Yap is the Chief Consultant of Joey Yap Group Limited, an international consulting firm specialising in Feng Shui and Chinese Astrology service. Joey Yap Group Limited provides professional consultations services on Chinese Metaphysics to a wide range of business and individuals globally. The group engages businesses both small and medium as well as large corporations including those from Fortune 500 companies and public listed companies.


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