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Personalities and Flowers: The Architect (INTJ)

The Architect personality type is imaginative and decisive. They have a natural thirst for knowledge and love sharing the knowledge they gain. As one of the rarest personality types, Architects are ambitious and curious about everything around them but remain focused and like their privacy. Looking for the perfect flowers to send an INTJ? We know just the ones!

INTJ: The Architect

Architects are one of the rarest personality types, making up only 2% of the population. They might be considered bookworms by their peers and would align themselves with that label gladly. They’re confident in mastering the subjects they’ve chosen and are proud of how much they know. Architects are normally serious, preferring to plan, design, and carry out effective plans. They don’t concern themselves with foolish distractions, like gossip.


  • Quick, Imaginative, & Strategic Mind
  • High Self-Confidence
  • Independent and Decisive
  • Hard-Working and Determined
  • Open-Minded
  • Jacks-of-all-Trades


  • Arrogant
  • Judgmental
  • Overly Analytical
  • Loathe Highly Structured Environments
  • Clueless in Romance

Their Perfect Flower

Architects are introverted by nature, identifying strongly with the calla lily. Calla lilies are naturally calm and insightful, symbolizing knowledge, making them the perfect flower for INTJs. With many color variations, the calla lily can blend in and stand out, much like the Architect. Does this sound just like someone you know? Send the INTJ in your life a gorgeous arrangement with calla lilies! They’ll love the thought you put into it, and the stunning work done by your local florist.

Myers-Briggs Personality Types

For the uninitiated, the Myers-Briggs Personality Types are 16 different kinds of personalities based on qualities each person possesses: Introverted or Extroverted (I or E), Sensing or Intuitive (S or N), Thinking or Feeling (T or F), and Judging or Perceiving (J or P). An assessment of questions determines your type and can help you get to know yourself better and to understand why you behave in certain ways, how you view the world, and how you interact with others. Take a free version of the test here.


  1. This was really great! Would you be able to do INFP & ISFP next?

  2. Dani James says:

    Hi Pao! We’re currently working through the Analyst personality group right now, but we’ll be doing the Diplomats next, which include INFP and ISFP, so be sure to check back!

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