I don't like it from an aesthetic standpoint, but I appreciate that creativity was allowed.
Having grown up in the doldrums of the SoCal suburbs, where originality goes to die & tract homes & big box shopping centers spring up in its wake, it's refreshing to see anything not confined to some extremely dull & narrow idea of "good taste".
I guess to me, experimenting & creativity trumps safeness. Modern architecture seems to play it too safe, not just in the suburbs. However, the futuristic slant of those striving to break out of the box is getting boring now too though. It's like all these dudes grew up on scifi movies/novels (and have small penises). It's all lacking in romance, gracefulness, & "femininity".