Twenty-five years of architectural projects by Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates (HHPA) are contained in this well-organized book. Michael Sorkin's introduction details the background, training, and vision of each of the partners--Hugh Hardy, Malcolm Holzman, and Norman Pfeiffer-- while the collective interview by Mildred F. Schmertz serves to place their work in the context of their architectural and social values. Projects include private homes, apartments, schools, offices, and several remarkable auditoriums, an HHPA specialty. Rather than being self-congratulatory, this book successfully shows a range of new buildings, renovations, and redesigns that represent good design and celebrates an era that saw the concept ``modern'' come to incorporate many different styles. Recommended for academic and larger public libraries.