Taiwan is located in geographical environment surrounded by sea, which makes fishery an important
part of Taiwan’s economic development. However, marine culture has been overlooked for a long time,
due to the impact of globalization. It is important to redefine regional environment and re-planning
urban visual space based on the relevant mechanism problems for new ecology and industrial policy.
These are important indicators for the development of culture creativity industry. In the campus
planning, traditional fence concept has been broken to gradually transform into open-type penetrable
fence, trying to make the whole fishing port area full of marine creative style for the beginning of new
fishing village culture. Case study method was adopted based on qualitative research by collecting
literature to conduct field investigation and record the fence forms; spatial images were taken in 8
schools; interviews were conducted with local residents, tourists and school teachers and students.
This study aims to study the influence of rebuilding the fence in the campus, and explores its role in the
community in terms of positive effects for community aesthetic education and environmental
sustainability, quality of life, output value of tourism for improvement of local cultural style.
Keywords: Taiwan fishing port, fence landscape, environmental sustainability, community aesthetics