Our July issue it out now, with this year's Guest Editor issue being helmed not by an individual, but by a bevy of talented minds at HOK across the country. It seems appropriate, then, that the theme of the issue is collaboration. Taking the advice of their guest editorial—Collaborate 'til it hurts—to heart, we packed in a lineup that includes looks at collaboration through the lenses of a new university in Saudi Arabia; AmeriCares; the prestigious commission of the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC; landscape architecture; and, of course not least, Cirque du Soleil, whose well-known performers grace this month's cover.
In fact, we collaborated so much, the issue continues with a selection of extra goodies online. And so, after you've devoured the July print issue, log on to check out the following bonus features:
Creatives living with HIV find meaningful employment and a supportive outlet for their talents at New York's Alpha Workshops
As the international community embraces sustainability, a common goal has engendered an uncommon level of cooperation
Artist Olafur Eliasson learns to collaborate with man and nature, as he creates his most noteworthy works
Complexity in Simplicity
Solving today's complex problems takes a lot more than a single perspective