When you strip artistic elements away from facades. They become minimal in aesthetic, they become dull, and bland. There is no representation of program. Walls are void of symbols, text, and colors. No indication of the interior volume. No visual introduction of the building. No identity or descriptive elements, no consideration for the local culture, tradition, or customs. The style seems borrowed, non-organic in its creation process. Structures seem repetitive mimicking
cloned designs emphasizing profit over originality. Ultimately the aesthetic seems boring, with no visual stimulation or effort to sprout social gatherings. Architecture must reclaim its artistic roots by implementing design elements back into failing facades to enhance them.