He was definitely an extrovert. There's no way you could be as great of a salesman as he was and prefer to be an introvert. He may have had moments of introversion but to "sell" you have to have a personality and he had that and then some. I'd say he was 75%E and 25%I.
I think he was an intuitive but he also had some sensor qualities too.. His designs balanced an ingenious futurism with a natural beauty. He could think outside of the box and tie it together with a very sensual landscape or texture on his materials. I'd say he was 60% N and 40%S.
He was almost a 100% thinking personality.
Maybe he was a perceiver, preference-wise. He did use and abuse people all the time because he could, which I think has hints of an unhealthy perceiver. (someone who uses their gravitational attractiveness to their advantage) I'm not sure how organized he was. Was he "laid back" like perceivers tend to be? He was very specific about his exacting standards and knew how to organize and influence teams of people. Maybe he was 60%Pand 40%J. or maybe a little more towards 50-50.
Last edited by bcubchgo; 10-30-2011 at 10:33 AM.
Reason: Changed my mind
just like Sir Norman Foster. I think it is well deserved. Most people used to call him Mr. Wright, but once a journalist called him Mr. Wrong!
I think he was an ENTP but he sounds a bit boring sometimes. He might be a bit of both. ENTP-INTP.
Most of the visual legacy is about his later years as an old man, maybe when he was younger he was more funny...