The SpiritPlanning Process
combines the eastern teachings of Feng Shui with the western, modern building culture.
Spaces in which human will draw hope, support and confidence.
The central idea in the planning concept is the integration of western and eastern building cultures. Here, not only engineering and design thoughts are considered, which are in demand in the western influenced, modern architecture. It also asks about the origin of the place and the people / builders.
The goal of this concept is to develop a tangible and lasting commitment between people and space, to transform the premises into distinctive, aesthetically valuable and personal places to find joy and fulfillment in life. It is assumed that the interaction between people and space has a significant impact on the well-being and self-realization. The decisive factor is that performance, creativity, satisfaction and happiness can be found where we feel comfortable. This is where we gather new energies that we so need for the challenges of our future.
This unique approach is based on the individuality of the counterpart.
Essential customer needs are analyzed and quickly understood in order to create architecture with added value and in harmony with nature based on them. Architects, space planners & people interested in interior design increasingly become designers of place and space where people feel valuable and good.
Kathrin Schmack has been practicing this planning approach for more than 20 years now and has managed to create a lasting and tangible magical bond between people and space through small or large spatial changes. A long-term sustainable methodology.
With her work she has supported many people to discover their true potential, to bring more harmony into family structures and to come to inner peace in challenging times.
DESIGNING SPACES OF LOVE.
IF YOU ARE TRULY CONNECTED TO YOUR HOME
YOU CAN GROW INTO YOUR TRUE SELF.
The challenges of the future on our planet require a healing of our human souls. SpiritPlanning is interior design in harmony with nature that enables this healing in our everyday living space.
NATURE & WISDOM
The wisdom of nature says: Every place has its own peculiarity. This peculiarity has the potential for growth. For people and space. We uncover this potential in the design phase and individually develop the most important functional areas in the building floor plan. This creates a spirit that runs through the entire planning process and enters into harmony with the site. In the constant interaction between people and space lies the key to greater well-being and self-realization. Understanding the magical connection to the forces of nature and incorporating them to the right degree is what drives us every day and is the art of SpiritPlanning.
HUMAN & BEING
Learn to follow the call of your soul
Humans want to be humans. By integrating western building culture and eastern philosophy we create a symbiosis of both worlds. Modern engineering, innovative design creations and western influenced architecture combine with the eastern influenced approach to let the origin of man and place flow in. The result is space that meets not only our functional needs, but rather the silent but insistent calls of our soul.
THE FIVE ELEMENTS
Planning in cosmic dialogue
The play of forces in the Tao becomes visible in the appearance of the 5 elements. Also called phases of transformation, they describe all phenomena on earth. Each element can be assigned to a cardinal direction. Furthermore, there is an assignment to a form and a color world. Dive into the color world and the cosmos of the 5 elements.
Also every single human being is associated with one of the 5 elements. In our planning we connect human and space via the 5 elements. An interior approach in which a wonderful, cosmic dialogue is created.
"BETTER THAN FENG SHUI"
MRS. SCHMACK, WHAT EXACTLY DO YOU DO? SpiritPlanning combines Feng Shui with western building culture.
WHY IS THAT A GOOD IDEA? Feng Shui is not about appearance, it's about making people feel good. Interior design is more about aesthetics. When you combine the two, you get homes or offices that look good and bring people peace, harmony and clarity.
DO YOU HAVE AN EXAMPLE? Front yards or the lobby of a business should be as spacious as possible. I call such areas "pocket for the money." A spacious entrance is calming and helps new ideas to emerge - the basis for economic success.