Tsung Wei Yang Flowing Paperscapes Memorial Landscape
Flowing Paperscapes Memorial Landscape is Silver Design Award winner in 2021 - 2022 Landscape Planning and Garden Design Award Category.
Flowing Paperscapes Memorial Landscape

The Paperscapes Memorial preserves the importance of Chunghsing Paper Mill, and to commemorate the victims of the air-raid during the World War II that occurred on site. This landscape was designed under the concept of papers; the delicate and flexible characteristic, transformed into waves of landscapes that continuously flow, directing the axis of the landscape, also depicting the uniqueness of papers, creating the Paperscapes. The memorial park was designed in a geometric array to echo the scars inflicted to humanity, gradually healing through the embracing waves of the Paperscapes.

Flowing Paperscapes Memorial Landscape
Tsung Wei Yang Flowing Paperscapes
Tsung Wei Yang Memorial Landscape
Tsung Wei Yang design
Tsung Wei Yang design
Tsung Wei Yang

Originated from several different professional backgrounds, and with wide range of experiences, Willy Yang Architects & Planners specializes not only in architecture and interior planning but also in design, execution, and supervision of the construction process. The firm is committed to study and explore the correlation between local and modern architecture and how it affects the environment both directly and indirectly. They believe that architecture is not limited by the visual aspect of the design, instead, the cultural elements of the region plays a major role in the design process. As designers, in order to respond to the modern society that is rapidly changing they emphasize the importance of traditional culture and characteristics of the region to avoid monotonous repetition of modern design, by utilizing the cultural elements on every aspect of the design such as; materials, structures, forms, spaces, combined with years of professional experience on the design execution; this is the definition of an ideal architecture design.

Cultural Affairs Bureau, Yilan County, Taiwan

Founded in 1935 during Japanese-era, Chung Hsing Cultural and Creative Park was once a paper making factory. In 2001, the factory ceased all operations and closed its doors. In 2014, the Yilan County government took over and transform the factory into a Cultural and Creative Park unit, to preserve and revitalize its industrial infrastructure.