“FORT-TECT” is a public art installation inspired from the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements. With a meticulous design combining numerous of pentagon and hexagon forms, the periodic table was turned into a fort-like installation, which consists of all 118 chemical elements as well as the emblem and badge of R.O.C Army Chemical School. The shape of fort symbolizes how the corps is protecting our homeland, Taiwan. On two sides of the installation are the entrances into the fort, and the space inside of the fort offers students a place to exhibit their works, including photographs, historical images of school, and pictures of scenery in the campus. “FORT-TECT” has become one of the distinctive features of R.O.C Army Chemical School. The art installation features its special designed of “Space Truss”, using the hexagonal elements and stainless steel plates to compose the Periodic Table into a fort-like hemisphere. When the sunlight falls upon the surface, each hollow carved polygon would cast light onto the ground, and create different chemical elements as the daylight changes. The different patterns of lights and shadows embellish the space within the installation, bringing out a distinct beauty from the chemical elements.