In the summer of 2013, Taipei opened its cultural and creative operations. The new green building and the Songshan Tobacco Factory monuments coexisted and prospered. It became Taiwan's "cultural and creative industry resource base" based on the international cultural and creative industries and a representative new cultural landmark in the Chinese region.
Taipei was founded by Fubon, and Taiwan's Big Brother co-sponsored it in 2009, inviting the internationally renowned architect Ito Toshio to build a green building of 14 floors above ground and 4 floors below the ground in the back garden of Taipei's Taipei-Songshan Cultural and Creative Park and won 12 The first national architectural gold medal "Planning and Design - Public Construction Group" first prize in the country. The multi-faceted appearance of the building reflects the diversity of the cultural and creative industries. Whether it is a cultural and creative office, a cultural and creative performance space, a cultural and creative mall, a cultural and creative hotel, etc., all are new spaces for integrating avant-garde architecture and cultural life so that creators and consumers can interact closely and create Special atmosphere of cultural exchanges. Taipei Cultural and Creative will reshape the Taipei style, a cultural and cultural reproduction of the town.
Build Chinese New Cultural Landmark and Enhance Taiwan Cultural and Creative Competitiveness
Taipei Wenchuang provides cultural and creative industries presence and creates a multi-platform that allows creators, platform operators and consumers to interact closely with each other and unblock the three major channels of R & D, production, distribution and sales promotion of cultural and creative industries Continued development.
Taipei Wenchuang is fully committed to preserving the Songshan Tobacco Factory, a cultural asset owned by Taipei citizens, and Songshan Wenchuang Park, where old and new cultures blend, becomes a base for cultural and creative industries and a place where people cultivate their artistic qualities. The new cultural landmark that eventually hopes to be proud of Taiwan's cultural and creative industries.