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CPAMI LOGO
Creative Concept

The logo design is inspired by imagery of national land (mountains, rivers, and land), with a green mountain range, earthy yellow representing land, and a streak of white to represent flowing river water. The logo presents the scope of the Construction and Planning Agency's duties, and shows profound localism. The symbol (an amalgamation of the letters "C" and "P" representing the Construction and Planning Agency) represents use of national land planned and managed with the most advanced Western technology. This is a note on the Construction and Planning Agency's move towards internationalization, fully playing into the idea of Chinese Learning as Substance, Western Learning for Application.

The long and winding river flows to the ocean, echoing the idea of sustainable national land management and continuous management and development.


Logo Design Elements

National land has been interpreted as mountains, rivers, and land since days of old. The first line of the National Flag Anthem used "magnificent mountains and rivers" to describe Taiwan as a place with gorgeous natural landscapes. From conservation of the natural environment to cultural planning and development, the Construction and Planning Agency is committed to creating a living environment in tune with the natural environment. National parks are concrete results of nature protection, while urban planning and building regulation plan out beautiful spaces that bring us joy...

Learning from the past, managing the present, and planning for the future, sustainable management of national land is a major project that cannot be interrupted. Through ingenious operation of ever-changing technology and people's living habits, the Construction and Planning Agency has designed the best human scale, and naturally becomes the chief engineer and designer of these magnificent mountains and rivers.

Last Updated on 2019-12-17
 
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