The relationship between traditional East Asian construction planners and craftsmen differs from the communication model between architects and construction industry professionals that has developed since the Renaissance in the Western world. A key difference lies in the method of drawing and documentation. After Taiwan came under Japanese rule, professionals trained in academic institutions introduced a specialized knowledge system of architectural drawing through official construction organizations. This system was then applied by construction industry professionals who came to Taiwan from Japan, resulting in the actual construction on-site. The division of professional labor between designers and construction contractors was clear, and it consequently influenced the design production model in the private construction sector. This paper selects public architectural cases located in Taipei, Taichung, and Kaohsiung, ranging from the 1900s to the 1940s. Using architectural drawings, it presents the cultural impact documented in the architectural production process.