Located on Songyong Road in Taipei’s Xinyi District, the temporary construction fencing for Win Sing - Xinyi G1 won Outstanding First Prize in Beautification at the 4th Taipei Selection of Green Walls for Building Construction.
The design concept was The Power of Beauty - Beautiful Ecological Power, and showcased the beauty of nature in Taiwan. The world is a global village, placing us in an era of interaction between cities. Taipei is the capital of Taiwan, and Xinyi District is representative of Taipei. Win Sing hopes to convey Taiwanese imagery and show its status as urban gateway through the special artistic design and relief techniques on the Win Sing - Xinyi G1 fencing.
The patterns for this design are the contour lines of the island of Taiwan. The south fence showcases animals from lower altitudes such as green sea turtles and Formosan landlocked salmons. The west fence features mid-altitude creatures like the Formosan macaque and Formosan sika deer. The north fence features endemic and endangered species such as the Formosan black bear, clouded leopard, and mountain hawk-eagle, all to display Taiwan’s unique vitality.
The design also conveys Win Sing caring and love for the land, so that anyone passing by - either Taiwanese or foreigner - can appreciate the beauty of Taiwan. The fencing also creates a beautiful corner in the city while construction is still underway. There are even lighting designs at night. Nearby residents can be delighted by this beautiful sight, and their way back home is also illuminated.