Newbie needs help with V Shaped office plan

Updated on March 8, 2015 in Floor Plans
3 on March 6, 2015

Hi ,

I’m working on my first medical office and wouldn’t you know it, it’s part of a V-shaped building. I’m very confused about where to draw the ba gua because part of the v-shape is actually a different Doctors office. I am attaching the floor plan which has a squiggly line through the other doctors office and a dark line delineating where the medical office I’m consulting for ends. I am also attaching how I did the ba gua which is to stretch over the entire space and then have missing gua’s for where the other office is. I’m considering stretching the ba gua just over the main area and then counting the very back of the building which is at an angle as an extension. I hope that’s clear 

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1 on March 6, 2015

Hi love great job.on getting started I would bring the 9/squares up a little so there is only and little extension over the east corner. You are almost right just bring it up.a little…does that make sense? Love Amanda

on March 7, 2015

I’m not sure what you mean to bring it up on the East corner. I see how part of the N. East is at an angle, so I measured the distance from the front of the building to   the highest point  (where the N and N.East come together on my pink lines) Are you saying that I should measure the office as a whole at the line that I made that  delineates b/t NW and W and then let the section I currently have as N and NE act as an extension  only?

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0 on March 8, 2015

Yes exactly so move the line up and have the NE area as an extension

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