In Asia when a Feng Shui Master recommends a structural change its because they have discovered something so outstanding in the Feng Shui... it can only be corrected by a re-structure. Usually this type of re-structure makes a significant difference to the client's life.
In Feng Shui, remodelling, renovating or re-designing an area is the second most powerful use of Feng Shui (the first being building with Feng Shui and the Flying Stars School of FengShui) and the outcome can produce brilliant results. Its not just a question of adding great achitecture alongside fab interior design, adding the Feng Shui equation can change your life!
For instance, if the front door is located in an energy where it would cause bankruptcy to the father of the house, or cause serious illness for a child, or endless problems to all family members because it triggers so much negative energy... this would be a good reason for a Feng Shui Master to suggest changing it.
Whilst this may seem inconveniant or annoying for some people the reality is; if you own your own home, this type of remedy is going to be a very worthwhile investment in the long term. Not only would you be able to completely change your fortune... the change you make would most likely pay for itself in a very short time - depending on how much the change can help (which an experienced Feng Shui Master will know...). In my experience when the conditions are right, people can go from a pauper to a prince in as little as six months...
Another use of this same remedy strategy is when a Feng Shui Master suggests structural corrections because they can see such an incredible chance for a family/client to increase their luck or overall fortune (if they implement a, b, c renovation/remodel/design).
To clarify this it means: they havent got bad Feng Shui with what they've got right now, but wow, they do have a configuration that could propell their Feng Shui to go from good to great if they were to do a, b, c renovation/remodel to the house. So you see... this type of renovation/remodelling approach is different to the first type.
Another example of the second renovation/remodelling opportunity is "Water Dragon*" Feng Shui. Water Dragon Feng Shui needs a "solid base" to be successful. In otherwords, if there is a way to renovate your home so that you make the Flying Stars Chart strong... this will escalate your Water Dragon Feature x 10.
Pearl Dragon Gate is another branch of Feng Shui that can open up good prosperity fortunes for 20 years if building horoscope shows you can have it!
Then, there are other structural enhancements, for example, when there is the potential for a prosperity energy to "double." Note: "Double Prosperity" configurations literally means that the prosperity does indeed have the capacity to double if the right conditions are present in the Flying Stars Horoscope. Having personally witnessed this on many many occasions When I have recommended renovations to my clients) I can definitely say this works when the opportunity is there. All of these latter examples fall into the wealth creating realm as against the wealth restoring realm and this puts a whole new slant on Feng Shui doesnt it...
At the end of the day, whilst not every building needs a re-structure, if your consultant has suggested structural change, renovation, remodelling or a new home design of an area - ask them why they've made this recommendation and explore it. If you're in doubt about your Feng Shui Consultants recommendation, get a second opinion.
* Water Dragon Feng Shui is a branch of Feng Shui entirely dedicated to wealth creation. Throughout Asia, it is very well known for creating wealth that lasts for generations...