Radley says to go "have and Ayn Rand moment." I get what he means, but you either like those, or you don't; and frankly, I have never considered architecture to exist in the sort of "art space" that Rand seemed to -- even though I think that some architecture is "artsy" to the point of dysfunction. I just think it's a lot more subjective and reflective of changing (harmless) attitudes about "style" (like clothing, to some extent), within the context of some physical functional beyond that of art.
I happen to really like all of those designs, but I'd have liked them before reading about Roark, and I just don't see what one really has to do with the other if I really stop to think beyond the literary device of that novel. You are perfectly free to not like one or all of those designs, and I don't think it necessarily, by itself, reflects a single thing about you.