Overview of Tibetan Black Hat Feng Shui (using the ba gua, or eight directions, symbolically). Some history, examples of homes and businesses, interior design, and landscaping.
A further development of using TBH Feng Shui in interior spaces; diagrams and a 4-color ba gua map included.
Focuses on colors schemes in relation to TBH feng shui; interior design, wardrobe planning, menu choices. Useful breakdown of colors that enhance various professions included. These three well-written, in-depth books are by Sarah Rossbach, one of the first American authors to publish books about Tibetan Black Hat Feng Shui; her books have been in print since her first arrived in bookstores in 1986.
A Pattern Language by Charles Alexander. Sterling Publishing.
Premier academic work on the effects of architecture upon the human psyche; concepts relate to feng shui, environmental design, and ergonomics.
Feng Shui: The Ancient Wisdom of Harmonious Living for Modern Times by Eva Wong. Shambhala Press.
Overview of landforms concepts, as well as instructions on using the feng shui compass. Interesting historical anecdotes explaining why Chairman Mao suppressed feng shui practice in China.
Feng Shui Handbook, by Lam Kam Chuen
Yin and yang principle, five phase symbology, landscape, urban environments, interiors, five animals placements all described with thorough text and illustrated with dynamic diagrams.