Students work with professional landscape architects during an afternoon-long charrette Feb. 12, 2010 in building A of the Texas A&M Langford Architecture Center.
The charrette took place at the 35th annual Aggie Workshop 2010, hosted by the student chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects.
During its three-day run, Workshop aims to bridge the gap between students and professionals in landscape architecture and urban planning.
Luminary speakers, design charrettes and roundtable discussions with industry professionals were structured around this year's theme, "Enrichment," said event chair Elizabeth Chapman, a fourth-year Bachelor of Landscape Architecture student.
Participants will explore how landscape architects can provide an enriching experience through design work and the natural environment and, in turn, improve the quality of life in communities.
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