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The Japanese have even made this "purging" into a holiday (oosooji) that takes place at the end of every year so as not to bring "dirt from the old year into the new-even school children take part with a thorough purging of old papers and a cleaning of their desks. For furniture, accessories, pictures and/or un-needed office supplies, see if you can donate them to a school, non-profit or even a company rummage sale. Once you've done a purge, do a thorough cleaning-natural, eco-friendly cleaners please. You don't want to do all this great cleansing and then load up the space with chemicals. Bagua is a Chinese word that translated means an "8-sided figure" or octagon shaped. This figure is then divided into segments, like a pie, with a center piece-giving you nine areas. Think of a tic-tac-toe board. These nine areas are then assigned names, colors, shapes and an element that corresponds to an assigned life area. The nine life areas are: Career/Life Path, Knowledge/Spirituality, Family, Wealth/Abundance, Success/Fame/Luck, Relationships, Creativity/Kids, Helpful People/Travel, and Health/Well-Being. The Bagua board can be used to space plan, accessorize and plan your color scheme. Planning an office space layout is not unlike urban planning, in that people need both public and private spaces to function adequately and productively. By applying the urban planning model to office space design, the ideal office layout should have both private and public meeting spaces, private office and more public ones (cubicles), and various passageways to allow for easy traffic flow, such as hallways and corridors. 寫字樓設計 Shop Design 商店設計工程 Additionally, it does not make economic sense to save a small amount of money on design and construction that results in the need to lease or purchase expensive cabinet room dividers and head walls. Even if you rent your office space, the tax savings gained by leasing a thousand-dollar cabinet will never exceed the economy and privacy of simple and inexpensive solid-wall room dividers which, in addition to their economy, are far more easily maintained by the reapplication of paint or wallpaper as your years of practice progress.