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Architecture: Building on success
by Eve Conant
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20 June 2005
On 20 June 2005 Newsweek reported:
Vedic Architecture is the newest trend in building design, according to Newsweek writer Eve Conant. Vedic specialist Jonathan Lipman told Conant that there is a 'predictable, mathematical way' to assure success through the ancient Indian art of Vedic Architecture.
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Conant wrote, 'While feng shui tends to focus on decoration and placement of objects, Vedic focuses on the orientation of a building (entrances should face east or north), its proportions and measurements. The idea is that if you build it... success will come.'
According the the article, over 500 million dollars on new Vedic construction has gone up over the last 10 years. The latest project, which has garnered national press coverage, is a 72 million dollar development outside of Washington, DC which will include the world's first Vedic office building. The project has been proposed by 'green' developers, The Tower Cos.
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