A doctor can bury his mistakes but an architect can only advise his clients to plant vines. … Frank Lloyd Wright
Frank Lloyd Wright was a well know curmudgeon and would say things the way he saw them, even to his clients. I do not suggest the use of vines but sometimes landscaping plays a big part in burying the mistakes of architecture. How can we heal the patient instead of burying it?
An odd shaped building can have missing corners or projections that create a sha or negative energy that has to be resolved. Likewise, adjacent buildings or other built structures such as fences can do the same. The natural surroundings can also create a sha such as ugly rocks/boulders, dead trees or a disadvantageous slope.
Recognizing the challenge and knowing how to meet that challenge is the job of your Feng Shui Advisor.