Jeffrey Kipnis begins the eighth and final Fecundity of a Mossy Climate conversation by arguing that even though architecture has traditionally been focused on sobriety and rectitude, it can reflect other aspects of human experience. He uses Henry N. Cobb’s Hypostyle installation in the SCI-Arc Gallery as an example. Kipnis counters the criticism that Hernan Diaz Alonso’s work all looks the same with the analogy of Roy Lichtenstein’s steady, incremental development from painting to painting. Kipnis discusses some projects by Diaz Alonso, including P.S. 1 (2005), Sangre (2006), a bridge in Barcelona, and a presentation center for Boeing (both under construction), stressing the use of animation as a design tool.