i think that's a bit unfair on RK, HP!
I'm not going to build a case for his architecture here (altho I do like much of it) but i'd say the guy can talk, rant, write and polemicise far better than most architects and he certainly knows how to publish architectural material in book form and make it appear interesting.
I'd say Junkspace is the most vital and exciting piece of architectural writing I've read in ages - and altho that's now old news, it's still sharper and capable of opening up ideas in a way few other architectural writings are.
Okay, so he borrows from hi and low and sometines garbles in-between but thank god for that - i like his writing because he attempts to engage with NOW, unlike most of his contemporaries who seem obsessed with 'honesty', 'nature' and utopian (read lobotomised) futures based on old ideas from THEN.
neil spiller is another architect whose writing is more FUN than most.