The NYT says, "Maas’s deliberate childlike house shapes combined with the dazzling blank blue planes create the impression that you are living inside a CAD drawing rather than a real house; it’s as if the house is still in a constant process of being imagined."
images sourceThe bright blue rooftop complex consists of three bedrooms separated by a “Main Street.”
image source"By finishing all elements with a blue poly-urethane coating a new “heaven” appears. It creates a crown on top of the monument."(source)
But what do you think? Is it successful? Innovative, or just quirky? I certainly appreciate the concept of urban density and designs that address those issues. And why not bring in some eye-popping cerulean blue while you're at it! But -everything- in blue? What's that like to live with?