People consider architectures as the a type of artistic presentation, which mingle the structure of the building and art as one; using decoration to beautify and enrich its simple style and at the same time to cover the session that is unharmonious to the sight made it exquisite, vivid and varied. Therefore, the craftsmen constructed something that fitted to their living demands and inner expectation according to what’s inside their cultural beliefs and the social values and features at that time. Moreover, the decoration could express richly the symbolic meaning of the building, creating an unique style and aesthetic features. The woodcarving ceiling at the front palace of Renhai Temple, Jhongli Also named as “spider web,” raised up layer by layer, this type of ceiling has collected the techniques of carving, colored drawing and calligraphy, like a fancy cover distinguishing the august and aristocratic manners. The woodcarving partition in the main hall of Wong’s Residence, Wushulin Village, Longtan Hallow and 3-D carving has the effect to let the light go through so as to extend the space; moreover, through light and shadow piling up, it creates a marvelous effect indoors. Shuichedu at the front palace of Baojhong Pavilion, Pingjhen Mill-wheel block used between the roof and wall. It is usually the visual focus, presented in the forms of clay sculpture, cut-n-paste and Vietnum ceramics to tell the splendid and august stories and it is also a sumptuous and 3-D art. The Front Palace Entrance of Jingfu Temple, Taoyuan Ingenious and complex carving techniques and vivid styles are quite thrilling to observers. The beam decoration at the grand palace of Guanyin Temple, Shoushanyan The decoration of cut-n-paste clay sculpture make the space on the roof more bustling, such abundant, diverse and colorful presentations are quite dazzling.