Sketches, three-dimensional computer models, word clouds, lists of key ingredients – all of these items and more decorated the walls and tables throughout Langston-Brown Community Center on Sunday and Monday. The design team set up a temporary studio which was open for the public to drop by and see works in progress.
The team set out to complete focused, intensive work sessions to explore the community’s ideas that were collected during the first two days of the charrette. In the open studio, teams gathered around tables, organized by focus area, to test and draw scenarios. Experts in areas such as transportation, economic development and open space, were on hand to help contribute ideas.
On Sunday afternoon, the team put their pencils down and welcomed a crowd of more than 75 residentswho came for a studio walk-through. Residents who took advantage of the offer to drop by were greeted with walls and tables covered in maps, trace paper and markers. The team welcomed questions and conversations about the work. [Full Article]