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* harmony and symmetry
* airiness, space and light
Georgian architecture is characterized by its proportion and balance; simple mathematical ratios were used to determine the height of a window in relation to its width or the shape of a room as a double cube. "Regular" was a term of approval, implying symmetry and adherence to classical rules: the lack of symmetry, where Georgian additions were added to earlier structures, was deeply felt as a flaw. (source: Wikipedia)
"Hong Kong architects and property developers can take a leaf out of the above."