Architects are very much interested in transforming and moulding and reimagining their environment. (Think Le Corbusier). Even the Socrates you idolise was subversive and sought to undermine rather than simply elucidate. Socrates was also vehemently opposed to sophistry (the triumph of style over substance). Yet you suggest that INTPs care only about process and not results. This is not true. We care about process because
a flawless process leads to flawless results. Just as a correct conclusion must
follow given correct premises and rigorous reasoning. To be obsessed with logical correctness but indifferent to the end result - would be monumentally stupid. (Which, as a rule, we are not.)
That is not to say that the design must be flawlessly translated into reality. The design itself IS the end result. (This might sound like a contradiction, but any INTP will recognise that it is not).