Some of them look fine, but the question is, do they work? Are those floor to-ceiling-window offices light but not glaring, warm but not roasting? Do they make people nervous on the higher floors?
I can't believe the pointy projections on the school will stop even a drop of rain and not a breath of wind, to permit the planned outside working. It wouldn't work here in South West England, never mind in Scotland.
And when, like Doramarr, I went to the Bilbao Guggenheim last year, I was deeply disappointed. Access was via long flights of marble steps. The walls were curved, useless for displaying paintings. It was as if the architect had decided the building was to be the art, not the contents.
But my new conversion and extension beside my family's house is a triumph of multi-purpose, compact, easy to run, design. So not all new architecture is bad!