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NP QUARTERLY

June 2017

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FEATURE PROJECT

Traveling through the Time River, Indulging in the Wonderfulness of Wetland - Taijiang National Park Administrative and Visitor Center

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Taiwan's national parks are diverse in environment; the parks include a combination of mountains, forest, oceans, landscape, and humanities. A tourist’s first stop is usually the visitor center of the national park. By obtaining thorough introductory information, meeting the enthusiastic service staff, and observing the exhibition and film inside, visitors can receive a basic understanding of the entire appearance of the national park.

 

However, these various visitor center buildings are not only rich in content. Their outer appearances also have
hidden meanings. Some of them emphasize functions, some are designed in a low-key style, and some buildings have incorporated Southern Fujian elements. With the evolution of times, the appearance and the interior of the tourist center have been provided with increasing personality and potential possibility. By integrating the landscape and the concept of friendly ecology, authorities place more attention to the inheritance of humanities in history. These step by step trials and changes specifically show in the architecture of Taijiang National Park Administrative and Visitor Center.

 

Taijiang Campus(building complex of Taijiang National Park0
Taijiang Campus(building complex of Taijiang National Park)
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