For the past several years we've seen an increasing drift to the carbuncular in our local architecture. Essentially, it's about dismissing the idea that a multi-unit building should primarily express itself as a bold collective entity, offering anonymity to the residents, and trying to fake, or express, the idea of "house", of individuality, of being able to look up from the street and point out exactly where you live, which carbuncle is yours, instead.
Yeah. Nothing wrong with projecting your facade into the third dimension, and these guys didn't invent it. But whatever the style a bit of symmetry and coherence is needed.
(Sorry, not the right thread for that sort of "renderporn".)