There's just nothing to focus your eye on.
Unless you're referring solely to the ground level, I strongly disagree -- certainly the interior corner on the southwest side of the building is both eye-catching and eye-watering, as one tries to work out what is the corner and what is the reflection. It's a bit like Escher in solid form.
The whole approach of the building involves two very different forms of glass, demarcating different projections of the form. And the second level does have the nice touch of oxidized metal strips that in colour recall the brick of the nearby buildings.Even when going for a fully-glazed expression, it's beneficial to introduce different qualities of glass, touches of texture such as metal extrusions
Its proportions are clumsy and the streetscape along King Street is completely unsympathetic and out of scale with the rest of the street
With Time and Space and other projects going up nearby, it will be very much in scale with building in the area.