“Linguistic Landscape (LL)” studies have risen in linguistics, culture geography, and anthropology in recent years; however, there are few scholars concerned about this field in Taiwan. Past literature mostly see LL as a representation of the politic and economic structure of a city, but little discuss why the concept “landscape” is important in LL. This article takes a linguistic ecology approach, and is based on landscape ecology as well as Heidegger’s philosophy of language. Different from the “organism metaphor”, this article regards language as “the habitat of existence”, and aims to point out that LL in Taipei makes the same urban space gives different callings to different daily seeing subjects because of the “habitat fragmentation” for certain group in the landscape meaning, which might get the urban space into stratification. Through the example of Taipei, this article offers a new way thinking about LL, and admits that how LL’s materiality effects and affects the walkers in the urban space based on “landscape”. LL makes the urban street stratified, and even have spatial exclusion, with the progress on the “spectra of the imagination of urban development”.