Why can't American buildings be this cool?

Hamburg Design Center by OMA from Dezeen.

The Guggenheim in New York is nice but the one in Bilbao, Spain is even nicer.  But between the Hamburg installation and the Atomium I now have a reason to visit Germany/Belgium.  The blather on Dezeen is eyebrow-raising.  The building is composed of 10 modular blocks yet changing the configuration of the structure is done by moving internal partitions using technology that’s probably not much more advanced than a high-school gymnasium.  You figure you could move the blocks around Lego-style. One day, one day.